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Posted - 08/18/2005 :  07:57:22  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Arvind writes "i want to create a stored procedure returns an OUTPUT variable containing the no. of records given by a query, the query being dynamic.
Preferrably the query should also be passed as a parameter to the stored procedure...If not,it should be constructed in the SP and a Part of the where clause is dependant on the value of another variable passed to the SP.

How should the query be constructed, executed, and then the Count(*) value returned?

"WHERE <condition1> AND <condition 2> ;


"AND <condition 2> " may exist or may not exist in the query; it is dependant."

Kristen
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Posted - 08/18/2005 :  08:04:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Arvind, Welcome to SQL Team!

Something like:

CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.MySProc
    @strWhere varchar(8000),
    @intRowCount int OUTPUT
AS
DECLARE @strSelect varchar(8000)

    SELECT @strSelect = 'SELECT * FROM dbo.MyTable '

    EXEC (@strSelect + @strWhere)
    SELECT @intRowCount = @@ROWCOUNT
GO

Kristen
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