cfquery of query not working in CF2016

New Here ,
Dec 01, 2016 Dec 01, 2016

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I have a query which has run well on our old server. However we've upgraded to CF2016 and yet when I run a query of a query I get no results.

<cfquery datasource="travcomus" name="firstquery">

  SELECT * FROM tablename

</cfquery>

Followed by

<cfquery dbtype="Query" name="secondquery" >

  select * from firstquery

</cfquery>

Any ideas?

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LEGEND ,
Dec 01, 2016 Dec 01, 2016

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Do you get absolutely nothing in return?  Or an error message?  Have the CFAdmin logs provided anything?

If you do a CFDUMP of both queries, does the second one show as empty?  Or that it doesn't exist?

I'm not at all familiar with CF2016, so I have to ask.

V/r,

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It shows as empty and the CFAdmin logs aren't returning anything useful

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LEGEND ,
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Hmm..

Well, this probably isn't the response you were hoping for, but..  instead of using SELECT * (which honestly I despise), try selecting specific column names in both queries.  If that doesn't do it, and the CFDUMP  of the first query is providing the expected data, then my next move would be to check CF2016 documentation to assure myself that my QoQ code is correct.  If it is, then you may want to file a bug with Adobe at bugbase.adobe.com and see if anyone else either has a solution, or the dev team acknowledges it as a bug.

HTH,

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My problem is it works on our dev server. I am sure it's buried somewhere in the admin settings, just for the life of me I can't find it. Can't find any notes stating that the exact functionality is depreciated so it's not that. Thanks anyway

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Try this (pun 😞

<cftry>

<cfquery datasource="travcomus" name="firstquery">

  SELECT * FROM tablename

</cfquery>

<cfquery dbtype="Query" name="secondquery" >

  select * from firstquery

</cfquery>

<cfdump var="#firstquery#" label="firstquery">

<cfdump var="#secondquery#" label="secondquery">

<cfcatch type="any">

<cfdump var="#cfcatch#">

</cfcatch>

</cftry>

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