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Select top 1000 * from Loan" (assume default SQL installation) and I notice that it does not come back

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Select top 1000 * from Loan" (assume default SQL installation) and I notice that it does not come back.
What common solution might I try next to "remedy" the problem?  
And what might be the problem?
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can you clarify? what is your problem?
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Please explain what you mean by "it does not come back"
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Select top 1000 * from Loan"

should give you a syntax error however


Select top 1000 * from Loan

should work but better add a where clause and with (nolock) hint like below:

Select top 1000 * from Loan with(nolock) where loan_date = ......
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by:tesla764
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We are on a highly transactional SQL Server, By not coming back I mean no data is returned after executing the query "Select top 1000 * from a table called Loan"
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by:tigin44
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did you check the blocking processes?

issue an sp_who2 command and check the results...
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by:Aaron Shilo
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try this : Select top 1000 * from Loan With(nolock)

im assuming your not reciving any error message
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