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'80040e14'   The text, ntext, or image data type cannot be selected as DISTINCT. (None of the Fields Are?)

Posted on 2006-06-16
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Hello All;

 I receive the following error through my ASP page.
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Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server error '80040e14'

The text, ntext, or image data type cannot be selected as DISTINCT.

/BS/Connections/i_utils.asp, line 51
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This is the code:
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sSQL = "SELECT distinct A.*, B.CatID, B.Cat, " & _
        " (SELECT COUNT(1) FROM Cats WHERE A.CatTypeID=Cats.CatTypeID) AS ParentCount, " & _
        " (SELECT COUNT(1) FROM Content WHERE B.CatID=Content.CatID) AS ChildCount " & _
        " FROM (CatTypes A LEFT JOIN Cats B ON A.CatTypeID = B.CatTypeID) " & _
        " LEFT JOIN Content C on B.CatID = C.CatID " 
Srs.Open sSQL, Bconn, 1, 3, 1      ' Line 51 is here
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The FieldName and Data Types are:
CatID = bigint
CatTypeID = int
Cat = varchar

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As you can see, none of the Field's Data Types are of "text, ntext (or) Image"

Any idea's on this one?

Thanks All;
Carrzkiss
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Question by:Wayne Barron
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Well you are doing a select a.*

so what are the columns in the CatTypes? There is a text/ntext or image in one of those columns I am willing to bet.
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by:MikeWalsh
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script your CatTypes table and show it here. I bet you will see the column right there.
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by:Wayne Barron
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Oh man. That was sweet.

So it was looking at the entire Table of CatTypes. since it was the a.*
I will be darn,
Thanks a bunch.
It was the
CatType - text
I changed it to:
CatType - varchar.

You rock.
Thanks you
Wayne
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