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    3 comments  ·  SQL Server » Bugs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Michael Erickson commented  · 

    In general the beginning of line (^) and end of line ($) markers DO NOT work in the text editor. It is important that these markers also work in block selected text.

    At the moment I find I can use (\r) for end of line marker, but this is a hack fooling the editor, and I have to make sure I include it in the changed text otherwise the editor gets confuse.

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    1 comment  ·  Logic Apps » Connectors  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Michael Erickson commented  · 

    What we need is a C# like format function so that we can use @format(intVal, 'D3'). This would provide a lot of other capabilities as well.

    At the moment the best way I know is @substring(concat('000', string(intVal)), length(string(intVal)), 3)

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    Michael Erickson commented  · 

    We solved this issue by writing a simple Azure Function App that throws an error message. We pass parameters to it using headers or posting a JSON object. We also have a test parameter "IfTrue" or "IfDefined" to check for true or if null or whitespace. Function is "public static async Task<IActionResult> ThrowError(...)". It returns a "new BadRequestObjectResult" on error or "new OkObjectResult" if no error. The function app is very useful for alternate error return as well, which provides a "IF" like capability.

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