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Concatenating fields in SQL statement

Posted on 2007-11-16
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I have the following statement in Visual Studio 2005 which is connected to SQL Server 2005.  It complies without erros but displays the field FullName as Null.  There is data.  If I display the fields individually they show.  What am I missing?
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SELECT     LastName + ', ' + FirstName + ' ' + MiddleName + ' ' + FileNo AS FullName
FROM         dbo.tblClientInfo
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SELECT     ISNULLILastName+ ', ' ,'')+ ISNULL(FirstName + ' ','') + ISNULL(MiddleName + ' ','') + FileNo AS FullName
FROM         dbo.tblClientInfo
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That was it!!
Thank you so much!
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