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remove space on sql job name

Posted on 2014-02-16
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Hello,

How can I modify the following query for remove space in a job name ?

select distinct name from msdb..sysjobs

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select distinct substitute(name," ","") from msdb..sysjobs

syntax is SUBSTITUTE(<text>, <old_text>, <new_text>, <instance_num>)
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Anthony Perkins earned 500 total points
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Is this what you mean:
SELECT DISTINCT
        REPLACE(name, ' ', '')
FROM    msdb..sysjobs
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