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Careful with table name alias


Careful with table name alias

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Roshan Jospeh
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Very interesting...

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I think the results on this should be expected. I think the query was written interestingly enough.



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It is very interesting. However, am still not clear on [flag ='y' ]. Can someone tell me what is this flag. I didnt get any content in BOL.


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Good question, although not that hard (for 2 points).


erajendar (5/13/2010)
It is very interesting. However, am still not clear on [flag ='y' ]. Can someone tell me what is this flag. I didnt get any content in BOL.


The flag isn't actually there. Since it is contained in brackets, it is just an alias name for the table.


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very interesting, this table alias in select clause got me puzzled for a moment. Smile
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fine, but correct is 'Careful with '
(no rtrim and lower used)
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Really good question, create confusion in mind for the "=" sign used in alias.
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I learnt another thing, thanks to the Question of the day. :-)
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if flag is alias then can we use next statement like

select [flag='y'].some_data from [where]?
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