I am trying to do an update query in SQL 2k that updates a name field and removes only the pattern of space middle initial space. I do not want it to strip out any additional names in the field. Some of the values in the name field have 2 last names that are not hypenated - I need to keep this the same.
I cannot get SQL to recognize the wildcard pattern I am searching for and remove it.
I want a name like John S Doe to be John Doe. I want a name like John S Doe Smith to update to John Doe Smith. Only single alpha characters between two spaces need to be updated.
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