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output ve space while printing in sql server 2000


output ve space while printing in sql server 2000

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alter procedure Goals_history
(
@stuid nvarchar(22),
@startyear nvarchar(22),
@endyear nvarchar(22),
)
as
begin
select name,class,noofsubject,rank,test from @tab1
union
select name,class,subject,rank,test from @tab2
where rank is not null
and studentname=@stuid
and accodomicyear>=@startyear
and accodomicyear<=@endyear
end

OUTPUT:
class noofsubject rank test name
2 5 1 revision ravi
2 5 - monthly raju
2 5 3 midterm ravi
6 4 - monthly somu
2 5 - revision ravi

expectin outputrank is null means show first)
class noofsubject rank test name
6 4 - monthly somu
2 5 - monthly raju
2 5 - revision-II ravi
2 5 1 revision ravi
2 5 3 midterm ravi



:NOTE
\ null values ve print first row of output.....
not null is ve to print with space.... how to define
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raghuldrag (9/10/2012)
alter procedure Goals_history
(
@stuid nvarchar(22),
@startyear nvarchar(22),
@endyear nvarchar(22),
)
as
begin
select name,class,noofsubject,rank,test from @tab1
union
select name,class,subject,rank,test from @tab2
where rank is not null
and studentname=@stuid
and accodomicyear>=@startyear
and accodomicyear<=@endyear
end

OUTPUT:
class noofsubject rank test name
2 5 1 revision ravi
2 5 - monthly raju
2 5 3 midterm ravi
6 4 - monthly somu
2 5 - revision ravi

expectin outputrank is null means show first)
class noofsubject rank test name
6 4 - monthly somu
2 5 - monthly raju
2 5 - revision-II ravi
2 5 1 revision ravi
2 5 3 midterm ravi



:NOTE
\ null values ve print first row of output.....
not null is ve to print with space.... how to define


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while em using str in my query its showing error, like



select slno,entrydate,goals,kpi,weightage,goals_review_date,reviewcomments,reviewedby,reviewdate
from GOALSDTL

union

select str((slno,entrydate,goals,kpi,weightage,goals_review_date,reviewcomments,reviewedby,reviewdate),5,2)
from GOALSDTL_History


error:
doest convert date into int
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hey friend
i am executing dis qury on sql server 2000 only...its not server 2008
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raghuldrag (9/11/2012)
hey friend
i am executing dis qury on sql server 2000 only...its not server 2008


But we still don't know what the question is. It has been suggested you read the article found at the first link in my signature. Perhaps you could read this one too. http://weblogs.sqlteam.com/jeffs/archive/2008/05/13/question-needed-not-answer.aspx

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raghuldrag (9/11/2012)
hey friend
i am executing dis qury on sql server 2000 only...its not server 2008


I guessed that much from the subject of your post.

Here is a link to the SQL Server 2000 forum.


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