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SQL SERVER – Fix : Error 1702 CREATE TABLE failed because column in table exceeds the maximum of columns

Error Received: Error 1702 CREATE TABLE failed because column in table exceeds the maximum of columns SQL Server 2000 supports table with maximum 1024 columns. This errors happens when we try to create table with 1024 columns or try to add columns to table which exceeds more than 1024. Fix/Solution/WorkAround:…
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SQL SERVER – Fix : Error: 3902, Severity: 16; State: 1 : The COMMIT TRANSACTION request has no corresponding BEGIN TRANSACTION.

SQL Server Integration Services Error : The COMMIT TRANSACTION request has no corresponding BEGIN TRANSACTION. (Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server) Fix/Workaround/Solution: Option 1: To work around this problem, do not call the stored procedure by using ODBC Call syntax. You can call the stored procedure in may ways…
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SQL SERVER – UDF – User Defined Function to Extract Only Numbers From String

Following SQL User Defined Function will extract/parse numbers from the string. CREATE FUNCTION ExtractInteger(@String VARCHAR(2000)) RETURNS VARCHAR(1000) AS BEGIN DECLARE @Count INT DECLARE @IntNumbers VARCHAR(1000) SET @Count = 0 SET @IntNumbers = '' WHILE @Count <= LEN(@String) BEGIN IF SUBSTRING(@String,@Count,1) >= '0' AND SUBSTRING(@String,@Count,1) <= '9' BEGIN SET @IntNumbers =…
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