Note: The SQL account which invokes the GetSalutation function must have sufficient rights to the database. Users other than the owner must be granted EXECUTE permission on a function (if the function is scalar-valued) before they can use it in a Transact-SQL statement. If the function is table-valued, the user must have SELECT permissions on the function before referencing it.
SELECT R.ID, R.Constituent_ID, R.FIRST_NAME, R.LAST_NAME, R.[DATE_LAST_CHANGED],
when R.PRIMARY_ADDRESSEE_EDIT = -1
end as 'PRIMARY_ADDRESSEE',
when R.PRIMARY_SALUTATION_EDIT = -1
end as 'PRIMARY_SALUTATION',
ADDSAL_TYPE.LONGDESCRIPTION as 'ADDSAL_TYPE_DESC',CS.SALUTATION_ID, CS.SEQUENCE, CS.EDITABLE,
when CS.EDITABLE = -1
end as 'SALUTATION_CORRECT',
CS.SALUTATION as 'SALUTATION_FIELD_INCORRECT'
FROM [RECORDS] R
left outer join CONSTITUENT_SALUTATION AS CS ON R.ID=CS.CONSTIT_ID
left outer join TABLEENTRIES AS TE ON R.TITLE_1=TE.TABLEENTRIESID
left outer join TABLEENTRIES ADDSAL_TYPE on CS.SAL_TYPE=ADDSAL_TYPE.TABLEENTRIESID
ORDER BY CS.SEQUENCE
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