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Column with the name Null


I have a strange issue. I am calling a stored procedure on a SQL server DB. All is working fine. I define which columns should be displayed in the output. All works fine. When I then run it, an additional column called null appears at the end. I can't work out how to get rid of it.

Anyone had this before?



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    Posted on Feb 13, 2008 at 09:47 AM

    Hi Paul,

    Did you checked your Layout tab for that Table in VC.

    if that Colum is not there in the Layout then its not Problem with Desingingthen its Problem with Compiler which your useing for Runtime.

    Which Compiler your are working.

    Come backwith me again if not solved.



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