Modifying a SQL Store Procedure

I'm trying to modify a store procedure in SQL 2005 and for the life of me can not figure it out. I was able to edit other parts of the script. I am trying to Zero out the highlighted (1471961) text. Some times that number can grow or shrink.

 Example of what Im trying to Zero out.

this store procedure is this

--20.                 Build & add File Control Record into final table
INSERT INTO        tblACH ( LINE, ORDERNO, REC )
SELECT             '9000001'
                    + LEFT('000000',6 - LEN(CAST(([3EC] + 4)/10 AS int)
                    + CASE WHEN ([3EC] + 4 - (10*(([3EC] + 4)/10))) > 0 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END))
                    + CAST(CAST(([3EC] + 4)/10 AS int)
                    + CASE WHEN ([3EC] + 4 - (10*(([3EC] + 4)/10))) > 0 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END AS varchar(200))
                    + RIGHT('00000000'+ CAST([3EC] AS varchar(200)),8)
                    + RIGHT('0000000000'+ CAST([4EH] AS varchar(200)),10)
                    + RIGHT('000000000000'+CAST(CAST([56TDA] AS decimal(20,0)) AS varchar(200)),12)
                    + RIGHT('000000000000'+CAST(CAST([56TDA] AS decimal(20,0)) AS varchar(200)),12)
                    + '                                       ',
                   999,
                   1
FROM               (SELECT  '8200' AS [12],
                            COUNT(tblACH_DA_Temp.REC) AS [3EC],
                            SUM(CAST (tblACH_DA_Temp.BC4 AS int)) AS [4EH],
                            SUM([BC5])*100 AS [56TDA]
                    FROM    tblACH_DA_Temp) AS INNERQ3

END
AccordJ35Asked:
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Connect With a Mentor Billing EngineerCommented:
you mean, put 000000000000000 instead, in that INSERT statement?
in that case, you only have to replace the relevant field by "0":
INSERT INTO        tblACH ( LINE, ORDERNO, REC )
SELECT             '9000001'
                    + LEFT('000000',6 - LEN(CAST(([3EC] + 4)/10 AS int)
                    + CASE WHEN ([3EC] + 4 - (10*(([3EC] + 4)/10))) > 0 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END))
                    + CAST(CAST(([3EC] + 4)/10 AS int)
                    + CASE WHEN ([3EC] + 4 - (10*(([3EC] + 4)/10))) > 0 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END AS varchar(200))
                    + RIGHT('00000000'+ CAST([3EC] AS varchar(200)),8)
                    + RIGHT('0000000000'+ CAST([4EH] AS varchar(200)),10)
                    + '000000000000'
                    + RIGHT('000000000000'+CAST(CAST([56TDA] AS decimal(20,0)) AS varchar(200)),12)
                    + '                                       ',
                   999,
                   1
FROM               (SELECT  '8200' AS [12],
                            COUNT(tblACH_DA_Temp.REC) AS [3EC],
                            SUM(CAST (tblACH_DA_Temp.BC4 AS int)) AS [4EH],
                            SUM([BC5])*100 AS [56TDA]
                    FROM    tblACH_DA_Temp) AS INNERQ3

END 

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Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Developer, Architect, and AuthorCommented:
>I am trying to Zero out the highlighted (1471961) text.
If by 'zero out' you mean 'delete it and return the rest of the string, and the number is always 1471961, then use the REPLACE function.
Declare @str varchar(100) = '9000001000001000000060042427212000001471961000001471961'

SELECT REPLACE(@str, '1471961', '')

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BUT, it looks like you have two instances of '1471961', so to delete only the first one, use the CHARINDEX function to find the first instance of 1471961.

Declare @str varchar(100) = '9000001000001000000060042427212000001471961000001471961'

/*
-- Troubleshooting
SELECT REPLACE(@str, '1471961', '')
SELECT LEN(@str)
SELECT CHARINDEX('1471961', @str)
*/

SELECT LEFT(@str, CHARINDEX('1471961', @str) - 1)  + RIGHT(@str, LEN(@str) - CHARINDEX('1471961', @str) - 7)

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AccordJ35Author Commented:
Thanks this solved it! I needed the string to return all zeros but keep the length as 12 zeros. I was staring at this code for a while and came to the same solution. I came back to update and saw this was the same. lol. Ah feels good to learn haha.
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