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Message Posted: Mon, 22 Aug 2005 @ 17:42:58 GMT
How does one use the NOT CS clause in the IN CLAUSE ? The following SQL fails to return all rows in ANSI mode when the table names are a combination of either case.
Select * from DBC.TABLES WHERE DatabaseName (NOT CS) = 'TEST1' (NOT CS) AND TABLENAME (NOT CS) IN ('T1', 'T2');
I frame the list for the IN clause through a program and do not wish to force the table names to upper case using MFC functions.
Any suggestions ?
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