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I created Worksheet 51 wit the following SQL :
CREATE VIEW ARTemp AS SELECT CustomerID, SUM(Balance) AS Balance FROM AccountReceivable LEFT JOIN Customer ON AccountReceivable.CustomerID = Customer.ID WHERE Customer.AccountNumber = 012012 GROUP BY CustomerID',1
I got the following error when HQ Client connected to execute this worksheet:
<<ExecuteCommand>> Error -21472179000: Incorrect syntax near the keyword 'SELECT'
Locally it works in SO POS, so are there any restrictions when creating SQL query in Worksheet 51?
Single quote at the end of CustomerID'...?
Originally it is like this:
CREATE VIEW ARTemp AS SELECT CustomerID, SUM(Balance) AS Balance FROM AccountReceivable LEFT JOIN Customer ON AccountReceivable.CustomerID = Customer.ID WHERE Customer.AccountNumber = 012012 GROUP BY CustomerID
and it does not work
If you can create the view when connecting to the SO database, then it may be an issue with permissions; ie, the worksheet 51 connection may not be using the necessary credentials to create a view. Try using dbo.ARTemp to qualify the view name; never tried doing these types of db object creation with a 51 worksheet, so I'm going out on a limb. This may help develop this further msdn.microsoft.com/.../ms187956(v=sql.90).aspx
I realize this is an old thread but I am wondering if you were able to create a view with the WS 51? I am trying to do similar but get a syntax error at SELECT . The sql works in SMSS and Store Ops admin. Any feed back would be appreciated. I have tried the dbo. naming but it made no difference.
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