In database having one table in that table contains weblinks.when click on that web link open the InternetExplorer. how to write the query
For Example:Table Name AAA
In this table contain Company names and Link here write a code In this table execute that code click on any CompanySITE FILED OPEN THAT SITE IN IE.How to do this one
Regars & Thanks
If u click on any url open into IE.How to to this one
Chuck Pedretti | Magenic – North Region | magenic.com
- Изменено Chuck PedrettiMicrosoft community contributor 8 июня 2012 г. 14:33
I am not sure what you are asking for. do you want to open the link in SSMS or do you want to have your application open the URL returned by the appliation. You can have our application use a hyperlink for the url returned by the query. something like
If you want this to show up in SSMS you can use xml to initially click the link (this will open a new window). In the new window you can ctrl-click to launch the site in SSMS.
** Just select from your table like you normally would, as shown below.
DECLARE @t TABLE( Id INT, URL VARCHAR(MAX) ); INSERT INTO @t VALUES (1,'http://www.google.com'); INSERT INTO @t VALUES (2,'http://www.yahoo.com'); SELECT [processing-instruction(x)]=URL FROM @t FOR XML PATH(''),TYPE
- Предложено в качестве ответа Naomi NModerator 8 июня 2012 г. 16:24
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I get the impression this is a query, whose output is sent via email or pasted into a spreadsheet, word document, or other piece of software that automatically detects that it's a URL, and dynamically makes it a clickable hyperlink. Or, the results are presented in an application that you're responsible for, and the application treats the URL as a clickable hyperlink.
In other words, this isn't specifically a SQL Server issue, it's a case where you don't want the software you're using to automatically treat the URL as a hyperlink.
- If it's your own application: Using the application code, prevent the data from being converted to a hyperlink.
- Excel: Do a google search; there isn't a "one-click" answer. There's a "five or six click" answer, but not a "one click" answer. It is annoying. Generally, right click, choose "delete hyperlink" from the context menu.
- Email/Word doc: Also awkward. RIght click and delete hyperlink works. Possibly try "paste special" and paste as text too, but turning off auto-detect of hyperlinks is hard to automate completely.
- SQL solution: (to dodge, but not solve the problem): Replace https://, http://, and 'www.' with an empty string.
Example REPLACE code:
;With LIST (URL) as ( Select 'www.yahoo.com' UNION ALL Select 'yahoo.com' UNION ALL Select 'http://www.yahoo.com' UNION ALL Select 'https://www.yahoo.com' UNION ALL Select 'http://yahoo.com' UNION ALL Select 'https://yahoo.com' ) Select * , Replace( Replace( Replace(URL, 'www.', '') , 'http://', '') , 'https://', '') as Delinked From LIST
- Изменено johnqflorida 8 июня 2012 г. 15:37 Fixed typo, added sample
Actually, a bit more dependable:
;With LIST (URL) as ( Select 'www.yahoo.com' UNION ALL Select 'yahoo.com' UNION ALL Select 'http://www.yahoo.com' UNION ALL Select 'https://www.yahoo.com' UNION ALL Select 'http://yahoo.com' UNION ALL Select 'https://yahoo.com' UNION ALL Select 'https://www.WhatIfANameContainedwww.com' ) Select * From LIST Cross apply (select Replace( Replace(URL, 'https://', '') , 'http://', '') as Delinked ) as CA_StripHTTP Cross Apply (Select Case When Patindex('www.%', Delinked) = 1 then Substring(Delinked, 5, 999) else Delinked End as Delinked2) as CAStripWWWOnlyAtFront
Now that you say that about another client like an email, it makes a bit more sense. To make the results of an email's body formatted for hyperlinks he would have to stored the HTML hyperlink in the table or compute it at runtime, something like below would work.
DECLARE @t TABLE( Id INT, URL VARCHAR(MAX) ); INSERT INTO @t VALUES (1,'http://www.google.com'); INSERT INTO @t VALUES (2,'http://www.yahoo.com'); WITH HTMLTableDetail(HTMLContent) AS ( SELECT [td/a/@href] = URL, [td/a]=URL FROM @t FOR XML PATH('tr'), ROOT('table'), TYPE ) SELECT (select HTMLContent from HTMLTableDetail) FOR XML PATH('body'), ROOT('html'), TYPE
Anyway, we will need more infor before moving forward with this post
Unfortunately, and forgive us for having difficulty, we still don't understand your request. Let's try summarizing:
- You are viewing the output of a query or report in SSMS.
- Please clarify to us what you want to happen next, if a user clicks on a URL:
(a) You DO want IE to open up to that site?
(b) You do NOT want IE to open up to that site?
- Please answer (a) or (b) to the above question.
If you answer is (a), then use Adam Haines' latest reply. If you answer is (b), use JohnQFlorida's latest reply.
Requirement is already design one table in contains two column one is Name and another one is URL.This is table structure.here i want to write a code when click on that link URL Fields open IE not in application level. is it possible or not in sql server.answer(a) working in ssms only.not open in separately IE
I don't think that is built specifically into SSMS itself. SSRS would let you do that.
A two step workaround, is to "Select cast('www.yahoo.com' as XML)", then click the XML link to open an XML tab, then control-click the URL to open in a new window. You can also control-click the URL in the query body (in the SQL).
Hi Johnqflorida,how to do this issue in reporting.actually what happen is front end is using .net and back end is using reporting services.here is going to preview click on url open the into IE.here is working fine .when deploy to this report not working in front end.i pass the parameter click on ok .it shown report when i was click on that url its open the same window come to back parameter was not working again click on that report after pass the parameter like that only