Dealing With Newlines In Reports

Shane O’Neill shows how to deal with newlines in data:

have mentioned before that we can use CHAR(10) and CHAR(13) for new lines and carriage returns in SQL Server so I’ll leave it up to an exercise to the reader to create a table with these “troublesome” bits of information in them (plus if you came here from Google, I assume you already have a table with them in it).

For me, I’ve just created a single table dbo.NewLineNotes that has a single entry with a new line in it.

Read on for more.

Related Posts

Breaking Changes Coming To dbatools

Chrissy LeMaire warns us about breaking changes coming to dbatools with release 1.0: Sometime in the next month, I’ll also be updating Start-DbaMigration to more closely match the parameters of Export-DbaInstance. Parameters like NoDatabases and NoLogins will be replaced by -Exclude Databases, Logins. So the functionality won’t necessarily change, but if you have scheduled tasks or scripts that perform migrations, you will need […]

Read More

Removing The Azure Module

Max Trinidad has built a function to remove older versions of the Azure module: As you probably know by now, “Azure RM” modules has been renamed to “Az” Module. Microsoft want you to start using this module moving forward. Currently, this new release is on version 0.5.0, and you’ll need to remove the any previous module(s) installed. […]

Read More

Categories

July 2017
MTWTFSS
« Jun Aug »
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31