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QuestionPlease modify the Stored procedure (Error:-incorrect syntax near '+') Pin
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s_magus31-Mar-11 3:47
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The problem is 'OPENQUERY does not accept variables for its arguments.'

The following link has a potential work around if you must use OPENQUERY: Passing-variables-into-an-OPENQUERY-argument.
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SamRST4-Apr-11 21:27
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QuestionSQL Server Error: String or binary data would be truncated Pin
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Questionreporting left to right instead of top to bottom [not solved but project went another way so closed] Pin
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QuestionDoes it make sense to use CLR Stored Procedures Pin
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