I have a stored procedure where I'm searching a table for Customers Name. SO for example
I have a parameter @LastName
Is there a way to use the LIKE function with some sort of WildCard?
Such as Select LastName from Customer where LastName LIKE @LastName+'%'
I know that doesn't work but I'm trying to figure out the best way to use soem sort of wildcard so if the user is searching for a customer with lastname of JONES, they can just enter JON and see all the customers whose lastnames begin with JON.
I'm calling this sp from an aspx web page I can probable do the wild card through aspx but if I can just do it through the SP that would be better.
I'm trying, I really am. But I've seen so many wrong approaches involving date(time) boundaries I despair about my inability to explain it. I've seen quite a few recently that define a non-leap year as 364 days, or 366 days and the list goes on.
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