The following statement brings no error but all rows from the table xp_protokoll,
although the column protokoll_nr does not exists in the table sap_kwl_wsi_001_paramlog.
However, as far as I found this happens only when no alias is given in the IN clause and the wrong column name is part of the other table (xp_protokoll in my case).
Not a big thing, but can be annoying J
FROM xp_protokoll a
/* Formatted on 12-Dez-2008 9:45:10 (QP5 v5.120.811.25008) */
SELECT a.protokoll_nr,a.folgesatz_nr,a.unit_name,a.msg_typ,a.username,a.terminal,WHERE a.protokoll_nr IN (SELECT protokoll_nr
Since I think we probably will not hear from each other by the end of the year, I would like to wish you all ( the Navigator team all the honestly testers) a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
It has always been fun with you and I’m sure it will in 2009 too!