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Posted Monday, September 24, 2007 7:06 AM
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Pedantically you should use LIKE '[_]WA[_]Sys[_]%' because the underscore is a match for any single character in a like clause so Like '_WA_Sys%' would also match e.g. XWAZSYsIndex though of course it is very unlikely you would have real indexes with that pattern




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