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MS SQL - UPDATE STATEMENT - LOOK FOR ' AND REPLACE

Posted on 2008-06-13
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Been fighting with sql and continually get errors when running this statement.

UPDATE [FSSINC].[dbo].[Customer]
   SET [CustomerName] = CustomerName
 WHERE <,,> i add the criteria. What im trying to do is search for say instances where
firstname , lastname remove the , so i end up with just firstname lastname.
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Question by:MarkMaloney
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If you are looking to remove all commas then use REPLACE

UPDATE [FSSINC].[dbo].[Customer]
   SET [CustomerName] = REPLACE(CustomerName,  ','  ,  '' )  
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If you are looking to replace single quotes (As the question title)

UPDATE [FSSINC].[dbo].[Customer]
   SET [CustomerName] = REPLACE(CustomerName,  ''''  ,  '' )
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thanks folks. worked perfectly
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