I needed to remove all the special characters from a field in a particular table in SQL Server to be used for searching purposes. After searching (binging :P)… I found the next SQL Server Function which did the trick.
This Function Removes any special character from the string value passed. All characters except 0-9, a-z and A-Z are all removed, whilst the remaining characters are returned back.
ALTER FUNCTION dbo.RemoveSpecialCharacters
RETURNS VARCHAR(256) WITH SCHEMABINDING
IF (@s is null)
RETURN null Continue reading
To solve this problem, you need to access IIS 7 Manager and make sure that the:
- Application Pool is switched from Default to Classic
- Logon User in Classic Application Pool is LocalSystem
- Enable for 32-bit applications Continue reading
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The substring() method extracts the characters from a string, between two specified indices, and returns the new sub string. This method extracts the characters in a string between “from” and “to”, not including “to” itself. Continue reading
When i binged (yes I’m using bing :P), i found the following fix:
- Search for Command Prompt in the Start Window (don’t press enter)
- Right click on the shortcut found and select ‘Run as Administrator’
- In the command prompt change the current directory to the folder where the SSMSEE installer is stored
- Enter the following command .SQLServer2005_SSMSEE_x64.msi if you are running Windows 7/Vista 64 bit
- Enter the following command .SQLServer2005_SSMSEE.msi if you are running Windows 7/Vista 32 bit
- Press enter to start the installation
Happy Sql Server Managementing 🙂