Feb. 21st, 2007

m00n: moon (Default)
Gotta love vague and mysterious error messages.

Take MS SQL Server, for instance. I'm writing a query, and it passes the syntax check just fine. Execute the query and you get:

Server: Msg 8624, Level 16, State 21, Line 1
Internal SQL Server error.


So I go to look up more info on that error message number, and the help documentation says:

8624 - Internal SQL Server error.


How helpful.

Any SQL gurus out there? The concept of the query isn't all that complex or challenging - I'm just having a problem coming up with the actual SQL to get what I want.

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