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In Recovery by Paul RandalSQL Skills by Kimberly Tripp
Creating an EDW for CBI SeriesGetting Data from Point A to Point B
If during the Payroll Process the Payroll Clerk gets an error to the effect of "an Open Operation error, a Get/Change error, or a Save Operation error "
Then give these scripts a try:
--Find let us find out where the error actually is: -- I like to know what I am about to delete!
Select * From DYNAMICS..UPR10300 Select * From DYNAMICS..UPR10304 Select * From UPR10200 Select * From UPR10201 Select * From UPR10202 Select * From UPR10203 Select * From UPR10204 Select * From UPR10205 Select * From UPR10206 Select * From UPR10207 Select * From UPR10208 Select * From UPR10209 Select * From UPR10213 Select * From UPR19900 Select * From UPR19901
Now, that I know what is in these tables, and have the chance to back up that information up somewhere should I feel the need. Let us clear them out with this section of SQL Code:
Delete DYNAMICS..UPR10300 Delete DYNAMICS..UPR10304 Delete UPR10200 Delete UPR10201 Delete UPR10202 Delete UPR10203 Delete UPR10204 Delete UPR10205 Delete UPR10206 Delete UPR10207 Delete UPR10208 Delete UPR10209 Delete UPR10213 Delete UPR19900 Delete UPR19901
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