Is there any way to convert the following text query to stored procedure? I have multiple Select statements that will depend on the result of the prior Select query. The logic goes like this: While select1 reads select2 read, If select2 reads, select3 execute.
How i can make the normal search string to sql server full text search parse, because when we are user enyer search text "how to run windows schedule in C#", in database we have article to to this, but data not returning and sometime is say error in key word and etc.
I want a word search i doing the search like this , but it is giving character wherever there is in the string,if i give two character like ok it is searching for a full string where ever Ok is there select * from table1 where textfield like '%word%' this query would match word but also wordabc how can i make it aware of delimitions
I have a few columns in the table. (E.g. Name, ID, Phone, Address, Father name) and I have a text box where user can type in and the system will show match result on the page. User will only key in Name and Father name in the text box. I do not want to implement a full text search or indexing.
I have created procedure for full-text search and it works in SQL Management Studio 2008 (SQL Server 2008 Express) but in Visual Studio 2010 not - I have error:Full-Text Search is not installed, or a full-text component cannot be loaded.I have read somewhere that only admin can use full-text indexes - so how I can use full-text search in VS2010 ?
how can I create stored procedure and write my select statement in it, I know how to create dataset then put type stored procedure and assign it to the sp ... what I want is writing my sp... how can I make it ?
check the following code, this is what I want to write put I don't know where or how !
I'm a novice in .NET programming. I was trying to figure a way to make a MULTI TABLE search via a stored procedure for my website. I've written a SP to select records from one table, which isn't working for some unknown reasons:
Whatever I search for, the datagrid is displaying all records from my table.
I am trying to create the following stored procedure in sql server Lat and Lng are the parameters being passed from c# code behind .But I am not able to create this stored procedureit indicates with error saying undefined column name Lat,Lng
CREATE FUNCTION spherical_distance(@a float, @b float, @c float) RETURNS float AS BEGIN RETURN ( 6371 * ACOS( COS( (@a/@b) ) * COS( (Lat/@b) ) * COS( ( Lng/@b ) - (@c/@b) ) + SIN( @a/@b ) * SIN( Lat/@b ) ) ) END sqlda.SelectCommand.CommandText = "select *, spherical_distance( Lat, 57.2958, Lng) as distance from business [code]...
I´m currently programming a web search application in ASP.Net and having problem with full text searching. My requirements are:
1. Save a byte array from SQL server to word document as a temp file in a server side?
2. How to highlight the string I am currently searching in the Word document and return to the user the sentence with the highlighted string (like on Bing or any other search engines)? Is it possible to fullfill this requirement with full-text search integrated in SQL Server 2008?
I have a website which uses full text search. It was working fine on my web host. LAst month, I changed hosting to godaddy.com. They dont support full text search and now my website is not working properly. what change should i make in my stored procedures that they work same as they work with full text. what is alternative to full text search. I tried using LIKE but it doesnt work same way.
I'm implementing an AJAX autocomplete feature where the user types into a textbox and the webpage generates suggestions (pretty much like how Google's search box works). I got the AJAX part to work right, but for some reason, my database query does not.Let's say I want to find "Chicago". Using the following query does not find it.SELECT TOP 10 citynames FROM city WHERE CONTAINS(citynames, 'chi*')But using this query does.SELECT TOP 10 citynames FROM city WHERE CONTAINS(citynames, 'chicago')By the way, "citynames" is an ntext type field and I'm using SQL SERVER 2008.Does anyone know why my first query can't find "Chicago"? I've been staring at that query for hours, yet can't find anything wrong with it. Something wrong with the database maybe?
I am getting frustrated with this problem, I dont know what i did, but now I cannot execute any stored procedured when I could last time.When I use my asp.net application to run the query, it finds the stored procedure but when I execute it is sql management studio it says it cannot find the stored procedure even though it is there.I tried to execute other procedures and the samething happens. Even when I try a simple query it says it cannot find the tableI could execute the query if i placed Use [databasename] in front, but even with this, I cannot execute stored procedures.
I am working on a website hosted with GoDaddy, SQL Server 2005. I have a table in my SQL Server database with a full-text index. On my website, a user can type in search terms and the terms are then passed to a stored procedure in the database which performs the search. The first search takes about 45 seconds to get results. Subsequent searches return results immediately. I found a description of this problem in a Microsoft knowledgebase article:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/915850/en-usGoDaddy tech support says I need to purchase a dedicated server to make the changes suggested in this article.Surely there is some other solution. Does anyone know how to avoid this delay without changing the server configuration?
I'm trying to create a stored procedure that get a Key and Name (both varchar), the procedure will check if a the key allready exists in the table, if it exists it will update the name, if its not exists it will add it to the table..