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steppinthrax
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Posted - 09/30/2009 :  12:30:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have one table that I'm inserting multiple records that are comming from 3 different functions.

See below


INSERT INTO tb_ing (ing_reci, ing_desc, ing_amt, ing_unit) select @scope, dbo.udf_split(@ing_desc,'|'), dbo.udf_split(@ing_amt,'|'),  dbo.udf_split(@ing_unit,'|')


NOTE: @Scope is an identity value that is supposed to repeat for all row values.

dbo.udf_split is a function. That returns a one column table of values with the col name of "Items". EACH FUNCTION RETURNS THE SAME NUMBER OF ROWS.

jimf
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Posted - 09/30/2009 :  13:52:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I don't see a question or a problem, but since you posted on this forum I'll assume you have at least one of each!

Is the problem that each function is table-valued , rather than scalar-valued? Do the records produced by each split link together in any way?


Jim

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