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Old August 1st, 2007, 04:47 PM
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Default Problem with tbh stored procedures! Help

Some of the features that are used in development of the database are SQL 2005 version... My hosting company version is 2000.
Anyway, Row_Number function that is used in development is not supported on the 2000 version.
Affected procedres that i cannot execute and create are:

tbh_Articles_GetArticles
tbh_Articles_GetComments
tbh_Articles_GetCommentsByArticles
tbh_Articles_GetPublishedArticles
tbh_Articles_GetArticlesByCategory
tbh_Articles_GetPublishedArticlesByCategory


Here what the querry file looks like:
/****** Object: StoredProcedure [dbo].[tbh_Articles_GetArticles] Script Date: 07/30/2007 15:56:48 ******/
SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO
CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[tbh_Articles_GetArticles]
(
   @PageIndex int,
   @PageSize int
)
AS
SET NOCOUNT ON

SELECT * FROM
(
   SELECT tbh_Articles.ArticleID, tbh_Articles.AddedDate, tbh_Articles.AddedBy, tbh_Articles.CategoryID, tbh_Articles.Title, tbh_Articles.Abstract, tbh_Articles.Body,
      tbh_Articles.Country, tbh_Articles.State, tbh_Articles.City, tbh_Articles.ReleaseDate, tbh_Articles.ExpireDate, tbh_Articles.Approved,
      tbh_Articles.Listed, tbh_Articles.CommentsEnabled, tbh_Articles.OnlyForMembers, tbh_Articles.ViewCount, tbh_Articles.Votes, tbh_Articles.TotalRating,
      tbh_Categories.Title AS CategoryTitle,
      ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY ReleaseDate DESC) AS RowNum
      FROM tbh_Articles INNER JOIN
         tbh_Categories ON tbh_Articles.CategoryID = tbh_Categories.CategoryID
) Articles
   --WHERE Articles.RowNum BETWEEN (@PageIndex*@PageSize+1) AND ((@PageIndex+1)*@PageSize)
   ORDER BY ReleaseDate DESC
GO
__________________________________________
So Help me please how to revrite Row_Number function to be compatable with sql 2000


Thank you in advance
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This link may help you. I think it discusses both 2000 2005 methods:
http://www.mutuallybeneficial.com/in...umber_2005.htm

However, if it wouldn't be too big of a deal, I would consider changing hosts (or upgrading to 2005 if they have it). One good sign that a host keeps up to date with technology is that they do have sql 2005.


 


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