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Message Posted: Mon, 30 Jun 2003 @ 15:14:02 GMT
I thought to go to the experts on this rather perplexing problem.
I have a view that was created using some fairly complex SQL. I tested the SQL and it works perfectly as straight SQL in both QueryMan (Teradata SQL Assistant) and in BTEQ (Unix, Windows). So, I created the view Revenue_By_Bill_Cycle AS with the tested SQL. When I execute a query against the view, with or without a WHERE clause I get the following error:
3707 Syntax Error, expected something like an 'OR' keyword or ')' or ',' between a string and "'||'".
Now I don't have the double bars ANYWHERE in the SQL! The view is created successfully as well. Any ideas?
I am running V2R5.
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