PARSENAME

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    If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.

    Ron

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  • Thanks for Good question..

    "Eid Mubarak" to all my SQL Friends.. 🙂

  • Jamsheer (10/24/2012)


    Thanks for Good question..

    "Eid Mubarak" to all my SQL Friends.. 🙂

    Eid mubara Jamsheer..

    I knew of the PARSENAME ..there is a wonderful use of this for taking out the dot separated values, although with limits..

    good question..

    thanks

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  • Great question about a function I didn't even know it existed 😀

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  • new for me..Leant n got +1:)

  • Thanks for this question Ron. I was little confused when I saw this phrase "USING SQL SERVER 2012" 🙂

    I think PARSENAME result will remain same for SS2005, SS2008, SS2008 R2 and SS2012!

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  • Jamsheer (10/24/2012)


    Thanks for Good question..

    "Eid Mubarak" to all my SQL Friends.. 🙂

    "Eid Mubarak" Jamsheer 🙂

    ~ Lokesh Vij


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  • Nice question, new function for me 🙂 It might be very useful. Thx

  • Thanks for the question. I did not knew it exist.

    Iulian

  • Lokesh Vij (10/25/2012)


    I think PARSENAME result will remain same for SS2005, SS2008, SS2008 R2 and SS2012!

    Indeed it does.

  • Thanks for the question ... also didn't know it existed

  • Another great question to learn from - thanks. I had heard of the function, but never knew what it did.

  • A new one on me too, I would probably have ended up with really messy instr and substr or perhaps xpath functions to achieve the same.

    There is an interesting example of use of PARSENAME with IP addresses which shows a practical application: http://www.sql-server-helper.com/tips/sort-ip-address.aspx

  • Learned something new today, not sure I'll ever need to use it, but you never know.

    Thanks for the good question. 😀

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