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    SQL Serve Management Studio - SDROUT

    I am using SQL Developer to extract the data from JDE, but I installed the SQL Server Management Studio recently in my PC, as it faster and allow me to connect to excel

    I tried to use the same query from the SQL Developer in SQL Server Management Studio, however the code SDROUT doesn't exit in SQL Server

    The code which I am using

    FROM stage.dbo.F4211
    JOIN stage.dbo.f0101 on sdan8=aban8 JOIN stage.dbo.F4101 on sditm=imitm

    Does someone knows which field would represent SDROUT in SQL Server?


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    Senior Member Larry_Jones's Avatar
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    I suspect its not SDROUT that's missing but rather the table location is incorrect (or if not incorrect its not standard).

    Normally the table would be referenced as stage.f4211 - not stage.dbo.f4211 (assuming stage is a real data source in your environment).
    So try changing the table schema references to remove dbo and possibly also correct stage to CRPDTA or ...
    Larry Jones
    E1 9.2 - TR on Win 2016 R2. SQL Server 2016
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