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Dear all,
Need to update NewsSYSNewsTags.RankInCaption= 5
where NewsSYSTags.TagTitle IN STRING of News.NewsCaptionAR
and
News.NewsID=1011 and  NewsSYSNewsTags.NewsID=1011 and
NewsSYSNewsTags.NewsSYSTagsID  = NewsSYSTags.NewsSYSTagsID

thanks
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Question by:ethar1
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by:ethar1
ID: 39817747
I have 3 tables
News : NewsID , NewsCaptionAR
NewsSYSTags : where I store unique tags (NewsSYSTagsID (pk) , TagTitle  )
NewsSYSNewsTags : where I store (NewsSYSNewsTagsID =pk) , NewsID , NewsSYSTagsID (fk)
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Harish Varghese earned 1800 total points
ID: 39817803
Try this:
update NewsSYSNewsTags
Set NewsSYSNewsTags.RankInCaption = 5 
From NewsSYSNewsTags, NewsSYSTags, News
where NewsSYSNewsTags.NewsSYSTagsID  = NewsSYSTags.NewsSYSTagsID
and News.NewsID = NewsSYSNewsTags.NewsID
and IndexOf(rtrim(NewsSYSTags.TagTitle), News.NewsCaptionAR) > 0 -- Tag appears in Caption
and News.NewsID = 1011 --Look for specific news

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-Harish
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by:Kevin Cross
Kevin Cross earned 200 total points
ID: 39817929
Harish, I think you meant CHARINDEX versus INDEXOF above.
CHARINDEX: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186323.aspx

Note: you may get a few false positives if your tag is a common part of other words.  For example, suppose your tag is "bask" then it will match to "basket" and "basketball."  As another aside, if you enabled full-text search on SQL Server, you may be able to use those functions to assist you here.

Anyway, I just wanted to assist with the correct T-SQL function to find index of character/string as INDEXOF is not valid for Microsoft SQL Server.  You need CHARINDEX, PATINDEX, or full-text search like CONTAINS.

Full-text: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms142571.aspx

I hope that helps!
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by:ethar1
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thanks guys
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