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Compatibility issue and CROSS APPLY


Compatibility issue and CROSS APPLY

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Misha_SQL
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While the problem is a simple one, I am sure every one of us has a story when we spent hours if not days on something completely trivial only to say at the end: Duh! Thank you for sharing your experience, I am sure you saved some folks a lot of frustration.



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Changing the compatibility level without checking to see if something else broke could be a recipe for disaster; not really sure if this is a viable solution, I think the answer to this is a little misleading.

Compatibiltiy level can effect many other things within the application, so I would proceed with caution!
Divya Agrawal
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Yes you are right. But we can do one thing change the compatibility level to 90 and then perform the operation and again change the compatibility to 80..

This problem i have faced as we have migrated from SQL Server 2000 to 2005 but the compatibility level remains the same, so it wont make any harm as such

--Divya
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