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Syntax Error causing "Could not be bound error"

Posted on 2008-10-03
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I need some help with syntax here, I keep getting a could not be bound error and I'm not sure why


 

declare @StartDate datetime

       ,@EndDate datetime
 

			set @StartDate = dateadd(d,-1, convert(datetime,convert(varchar(11),getdate(),109),109))

			set @EndDate = @StartDate+1
 

SELECT        RMI.ID 

			, RMI.Master_Incident_Number

			, RMI.Base_Response_Number

			, RMI.Time_CallEnteredQueue

			, RMI.Time_First_Unit_Enroute

			, RVA.Time_ArrivedAtScene

			, RMI.TimeFirstStaged

			, isnull(RMI.TimeFirstStaged, RVA.Time_ArrivedAtScene) AS Arrived

			, RMI.Address AS Scene_Address

			, RMI.City

			, RT.Fixed_Time_Depart_Scene

			, RT.Time_Arrive_Destination

			, RT.Address AS Destination

			, RMI.Priority_Description AS TOSCENEMODE

			, RT.Transport_Mode AS FROMSCENEMODE

			, RVA.Radio_Name AS VehicleNumber

			
 

FROM        Response_Master_Incident AS RMI

			LEFT JOIN Response_Vehicles_Assigned AS RVA 

				ON Response_Vehicles_Assigned.Master_Incident_ID = Response_Master_Incident.ID 

			LEFT JOIN Response_Transports AS RT 

				ON RT.Master_Incident_ID = Response_Master_Incident.ID
 

WHERE   	(RMI.Time_CallEnteredQueue >= @StartDate) 

		AND (RMI.Time_CallEnteredQueue < @EndDate)

		AND RMI.Master_Incident_Number is not null 

		and RMI.Priority_number in (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,12,13,14,15)

		

order by RMI.Master_Incident_Number

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Question by:Aaron Goodwin
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
ID: 22633470
>The multi-part identifier "TablenameD" could not be bound
your code, as shown, does not have "TablenameD" anywhere?
so, it must be some other error...


anyhow, when using table aliases, use them everywhere:


declare @StartDate datetime

       ,@EndDate datetime
 

                  set @StartDate = dateadd(d,-1, convert(datetime,convert(varchar(11),getdate(),109),109))

                  set @EndDate = @StartDate+1
 

SELECT        RMI.ID

                  , RMI.Master_Incident_Number

                  , RMI.Base_Response_Number

                  , RMI.Time_CallEnteredQueue

                  , RMI.Time_First_Unit_Enroute

                  , RVA.Time_ArrivedAtScene

                  , RMI.TimeFirstStaged

                  , isnull(RMI.TimeFirstStaged, RVA.Time_ArrivedAtScene) AS Arrived

                  , RMI.Address AS Scene_Address

                  , RMI.City

                  , RT.Fixed_Time_Depart_Scene

                  , RT.Time_Arrive_Destination

                  , RT.Address AS Destination

                  , RMI.Priority_Description AS TOSCENEMODE

                  , RT.Transport_Mode AS FROMSCENEMODE

                  , RVA.Radio_Name AS VehicleNumber

                  
 

FROM  Response_Master_Incident AS RMI

LEFT JOIN Response_Vehicles_Assigned AS RVA

  ON RVA.Master_Incident_ID = RMI.ID

LEFT JOIN Response_Transports AS RT

  ON RT.Master_Incident_ID RMI.ID

WHERE         (RMI.Time_CallEnteredQueue >= @StartDate)

            AND (RMI.Time_CallEnteredQueue < @EndDate)

            AND RMI.Master_Incident_Number is not null

            and RMI.Priority_number in (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,12,13,14,15)

            

order by RMI.Master_Incident_Number

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by:Aaron Goodwin
ID: 22633595
Here are all the errors


Msg 4104, Level 16, State 1, Line 10
The multi-part identifier "Response_Vehicles_Assigned.Master_Incident_ID" could not be bound.
Msg 4104, Level 16, State 1, Line 10
The multi-part identifier "Response_Master_Incident.ID" could not be bound.
Msg 4104, Level 16, State 1, Line 10
The multi-part identifier "Response_Master_Incident.ID" could not be bound.

Is this due to me not using aliases everywhere?
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 125 total points
ID: 22633739
>Is this due to me not using aliases everywhere?
yes, exactly, please try my version above.
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by:Aaron Goodwin
ID: 31502736
Yup, that was it exactly.....seems so simple, but I was looking at it for the last half hour and couldn't figure it out.  Thanks Angel!
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