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Hello experts,
I have a table in which for one of the colums there is a space and becos of that all the records that have space are appearing on the top in my dropdownlist

In spite of using LTrim(RTrim(Name)
or just LTrim
my problem is not solved please help

Select ID, Name from EmployerGroups order by Name

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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
ID: 24398857
did u update the records ?

UPDATE EmployerGroups
SET Name = LTrim(RTrim(Name)
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by:rowmark
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Thanks aneesh.. I did update all the records even then some are not fixed.. How can I fix this issue
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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> some are not fixed
can u provide some sample data
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by:rowmark
ID: 24399005
Below are the records:
if you look at the first 4 records there is a space
Thank

19C00C68-FE9D-43BA-B0F3-023A19DC74AA      
E9776B45-AE35-459E-ABEF-D101D13A3A2F      
52C95EF6-862C-4352-801E-994437ABC5FD       David Andrews
FC5AECE4-E922-483D-BC4D-9AC88364EC95       Equities
58EA0141-D34C-413C-B98E-C19E32641DB3       NewOne
B3B3E3EF-E091-491D-AA08-D64DEE0D4681       Samuel Adams
5786800F-E500-49D1-837B-9399817E7DDA      AAA MidAtlantic
F92E56D4-0998-4505-A98B-B2C3CEA17009      Abe Smith
11790D20-6009-43C0-9FA4-CAB7AA781406      ADP
8FFEFE80-7AC6-45BA-8634-835AD2092106      Alan Steinthal
90A82FC4-80F9-416A-BCC0-6F453914732D      Alex Betinski
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
ID: 24399031
SELECT * FROM EmployerGroups
WHERE LEN(Name) <>  LEN(LTrim(RTrim(Name))
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by:rowmark
ID: 24399101
The above query is returning 0 records..
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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i think it must be some other charecters, it is not the space
SELECT ASCII(Name) FROM EmployerGroups  WHERE <PrimaryKEy of those 4 records >
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by:rowmark
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Aneesh Retnakaran earned 2000 total points
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UPDATE EmployerGroups
SET Name = REPLACE (NAME, char(160) ,'')
WHERE NAME LIKE char(160)+'%'
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by:rowmark
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Perfect. Thanks
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