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Update Statement Column Predictions Are Wrong

Hi,

When I use table aliases on update statements, first column predictions comes with non-aliased table names.

An example:
Drop Table If Exists #Table1
Create Table #Table1 (Col1 int, Col2 int)

Drop Table If Exists #Table2
Create Table #Table2 (Col1 int)

Update T1 Set T1.Col2 = 1
From	#Table1 T1
		INNER JOIN #Table2 T2 On T2.Col1 = T1.Col1


When I try to add Where text, first column predictons are as in the picture.

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Also same thing happens after "set ".

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In this case, columns with no table aliases can not be used. Because tables have aliases.

Prompt Version : 8.2.5
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    way0utwestway0utwest Posts: 313 Rose Gold 1
    I get that the alias isn't appearing first, which seems like a problem. however, the columns with the alias appears just below the item you've boxed in. If you arrow down3 times, you'll have t1.col1. I think this is a sorting issue with the product. I'll report this.
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    Tianjiao_LiTianjiao_Li Posts: 684 Rose Gold 5
    Hi @bunyamin

    Thanks for your patience with this issue.

    I'm sorry to let you know that the development team hasn't been able to prioritise this work. Although we aim to fix all bugs, but given the size of the backlog of higher-priority items, it doesn't look like it's something we will fix in the foreseeable future. However we still have it logged as SP-6713 in our internal bug tracking system and we'll reassess it again in the future.

    Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
    Kind regards

    Tianjiao Li | Redgate Software
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    Hi @bunyamin,

    Thank you for reporting this. I've managed to reproduce the issue locally and it does indeed look like a sorting issue @way0utwest, as it's probably better to sort the aliased columns first.

    I've logged a bug (reference: SP-6713) to track it.

    Best regards,

    Frederico
    Software Engineer
    Redgate Software
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