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How we will full fill this
if my sql query is
select * from emp;

select /* 10046 */ .. / <<-- to complete with your sql request


Please help me to fullfil the query with out syntax error.
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Question by:vangogpeter
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Alex Matzinger earned 500 total points
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Not sure what you're asking for...

if thats a comment:

select /* 10046 */ *
from emp;

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if you're asking for all values like 10046?

select *
from emp
where value like ('%10046%');

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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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I believe Alex has the correct syntax in his first code example.

My guess is this is related question when you are trying to trace a SQL statement and are looking to add a comment to it so you can find it in the trace file.

Personally I would add a more descriptive comment other than the event number I am tracing.
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by:vangogpeter
ID: 40030859
I made an error in the request
this is my sql request not select * from emp;

SELECT sys_user0."name"
FROM PREMDEV_ADMIN.sys_user sys_user0
WHERE (lower(sys_user0."name") LIKE lower('WU%') ESCAPE '\') OR (lower(sys_user0."email") LIKE lower('WU%') ESCAPE '\')
AND (sys_user0."active" = 1)
ORDER BY sys_user0."name";



select /* 10046 */ .. / <<-- to complete with your sql request

 { i got this from online just a help to how to apply this}


Please help me to fullfil the query with out syntax error.
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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>>select /* 10046 */ .. / <<-- to complete with your sql request

Sorry but I have no idea what this means.

Can you provide the link where you found this?
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by:Alex Matzinger
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It'd be the same thing:
SELECT /* 10046 <more description to this comment> */sys_user0."name"
FROM PREMDEV_ADMIN.sys_user sys_user0
WHERE (lower(sys_user0."name") LIKE lower('WU%') ESCAPE '\') OR (lower(sys_user0."email") LIKE lower('WU%') ESCAPE '\')
AND (sys_user0."active" = 1)
ORDER BY sys_user0."name"; 

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by:vangogpeter
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No it is printed out no link.
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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>>No it is printed out no link.

Then we need to know what it is supposed to do for you.

Again, if it is just a comment in a statement to track it in a trace file, add a descriptive comment to the select as previously posted.

If it means something else, then you need to explain to us what it is supposed to do.
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