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Posted on 2000-05-07
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How can i create a view in a stored procedure?

Here's my sample code:

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PROCEDURE sp_CreateView (@Model char(3)) AS

declare @ViewName char(6)

select @ViewName = 'vw_' + @Model

create view @ViewName AS
select * from Serial where substring(SerialNo,1,3) = @Model
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it always prompt me a message 'CREATE VIEW must be the first command in a query batch.'
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Question by:yyjulie
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chigrik earned 20 total points
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You can use dynamic SQL statement.
Read about EXEC statement from Books Online.
This is the example:

CREATE PROCEDURE sp_CreateView (@Model char(3)) AS
DECLARE @ViewName char(6),
        @exec_str varchar (255)
SELECT @ViewName = 'vw_' + @Model
SELECT @exec_str = 'CREATE VIEW ' + @ViewName + ' AS
       SELECT * FROM Serial WHERE substring(SerialNo,1,3) = ' + @Model
EXEC (@exec_str)
GO
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