Wrong mailing list to ask this :-)
Try out a MS SQL Server one and you will get good help on that...
On 12/8/06, sid tow <siddy_tow(at)yahoo(dot)com> wrote:
> Hi all
> I dont know if this is the right forum to post this but any way if
> you could help me or guide me to an appropriate forum, I would appreciate
> I am trying to call a SQL (SQL server 2000) stored procedure from my c++
> code and in that stored procedure I have a Print statement which will print
> some string. Now the problem is that the parameters that I supply to the
> stored procedure are returned back with out being modified, but I expect
> some modifications to happen to those parameters. And if I comment out the
> Print statement I get what I desire. Can somebody explain what exactly is
> happening here?
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: ivan marchesini <marchesini(at)unipg(dot)it>
> To: Postgres SQL language list <pgsql-sql(at)postgresql(dot)org>
> Sent: Monday, November 13, 2006 10:02:06 PM
> Subject: [SQL] drop a check
> Dear all...
> I have created a check constraint without giving it a name..
> now I have a check named "$25" in my table that I need to drop or
> How can I do???
> with names is simple
> alter table tablename drop constraint constraintname;
> but without name?? :-)
> many thanks...
> Ivan Marchesini
> Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
> University of Perugia
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