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Posted 19 May 2014It returns, but thanks for the idea that I can do something like this. Maybe I'll just find the right syntax for this.
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Posted 24 Apr 2013
QuoteI still did not test this.
why didn't you test it?
it's a matter of grouping on the datepart of day, datepart of month, and the client id.
I already run it and given me the results that i needed. Right now im running a deeper test. What im thinking is to do all that in one query
Posted 8 Jan 2013Try breaking the query up with two like clauses- one for 'Johnny' and the other for 'Depp'. Use an OR conditional here to account for both.
ahaha. I was hoping for a function simillar to like. hmmmn. but thanks maybe theres none, thanks much. ill just concatinate the query string depending on the users search string spaces(' ')
Posted 2 Jan 2013
Posted 26 Oct 2012Have you given much consideration to "contains" as a search option?
not yet but ill try this
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