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Posted - 11/02/2005 :  16:17:12  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Although I am familiar with SQL commands I have never worked with SQL server before and find myself at a loss for which direction to take. I have a database for equipment reservations. I need to write a procedure to notify the end-user if a specific piece of equipment is already checked out during the time frame requested. I'm reading up on stored procedures and triggers and not sure which one (if either) is appropriate to use. Any suggestions? Thanks,

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Posted - 11/02/2005 :  16:27:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
First, read this

Second, I would imagine the check would done at the time of the request.

Do you have any tables already built?

Read the link in my sig below, and post us some details.

But, yes, I would use stored procedures.



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