Fun with SQL and absolute urls
Here's something that makes you scream when you're trying to run a test version and live version of an application which you want to be completely separated from each other:
SELECT A.AssID, CASE isnull(A.imgFilename ,'')<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>
WHEN '' THEN '<img src="https://www.urlremovedforprivacy.com.au/WLDB/WLCIRRecords/Images/NoImageSmall.gif">'<o:p></o:p>
ELSE '<img src="https://www.urlremovedforprivacy.com.au/WLImages/convertedFilenames/' + A.imgFilename + '" height=225>'<o:p></o:p>
END as [ImageLocation] <o:p></o:p>
FROM tblWL_Images A
An absolute link inside a stored procedure!
The only way to find these links is to do a full-text search over the entire set of stored procedures in the database.
That still doesn't rule out there being links as text in tables. Therefore you need to do a full-text search over all data in all tables of the database.
I have decided that this code is the definition of unportabilty.
HTML inside a query?
HTML inside a query?!
Yep. This application is basically 1-tier: The database!