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Posted - 01/16/2014 :  01:34:24  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have a table

Create table testmuljobs
AutoID int Identity(1,1),
JobID int not null,
AcctID int not null,
CreatedBy Varchar(100) null,
CreatedDate Datetime null,
ModifiedBy Varchar(100) null,
ModifiedDate Datetime null,
RecStatus bit null

and for CreatedDate and ModifiedDate i have Default Constraints

I want to insert records into that table with the help of sp as follows:
i will pass Jobid and Acctid .The Sample example stored procedure is

Create PROCEDURE [dbo].[TestMulJobsSave]
@JobID INT = Null,
@AcctID INT = Null,
@CreatedBy VARCHAR(100) = Null,
@ModifiedBy VARCHAR(100) = Null




Insert into [TestMulJobs] (JobID,AcctID,CreatedBy,CreatedDate,ModifiedBy,ModifiedDate) Values

( @JobID,@AcctID,@CreatedBy,Getdate(),@ModifiedBy, Getdate() )


now when i execute the sp like for example TestMulJobsSave 5653,7 it is inserting the records and working fine,but my requirement is instead i want to insert as 5654-7, 5723-8, 5824-3,5654-7.All the above must be inserted as 4 records the first one is jobid and the corresponding to it is the AcctID i.e i want to insert multiple acctid and the corresponding jobiD at a time.

Very Important crosS Applying yaK Herder

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Posted - 01/16/2014 :  05:15:30  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
you need to rewrite the procedure logic to accept multiple values. see links i posted in the other forum.

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Posted - 01/16/2014 :  05:15:39  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You have 3 options, google to find more on these:

1. Table Valued Parameters (TVP): pass one parameter as a TVP, this was introduced in sql 2008.
2. XML: build an xml and pass one parameter as an xml; xml data type was introduced in sql 2005
3. pass a comma separated string and use a function to split the string

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