How can i create a foreign key value in the child table for every primary key value created?

If I have an insert stored procedure like say;

CREATE PROC procTest

@Title varchar(4)= [NOT NULL],
@FirstName varchar(15)= [NOT NULL],
@LastName varchar(25)= [NOT NULL],
@Branch varchar(28)= [NOT NULL]
AS
INSERT INTO tblTest(Title,FirstName,LastName,Branch)
VALUES(@Title,@FirstName,@LastName,@Branch)

How can I modify this code so that it retrieves the new identity value and writes this into another table as the foreign key

In other words when sql server creates a new primary key value how can I create the appropriate foreign key in the child table?

Much appreciated!



pgilfeatherAsked:
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sajid_bwpCommented:
Hello Dear,
if you want to get the ID of Latest inserted/deleted/modified record in SQL Server you can use the [ @@Identity ]
This will return you the ID of last inserted/deleted/modified record.
For example your have table Employee
[it is supposed that the ID is autogenrated]

Insert stored procedure

//Start of Stored Procedure
Create Proc InsertEmployee
@FirstName as varchar,
@LastName as varchar
insert into Employee(First_Name,Last_Name) Values(@FirstName,@LastName)

// @@Identity //This statement will return you the Empoloyee_ID for example for the last Record, it is 10

declare variable @Emp_ID as int
set @emp_ID=@@Identity  //Save it in variable, and enjoy new inserations on the basis of this ID

//here you can place the code for new inseration
//end of stored Procedure


Employee_ID    First_Name  Last_Name
    10                    Sajid        Majeed



Good Luck
Sajid Majeed
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vnvkCommented:
Sajid's code is right for your scenario. Infact, its the most widely followed method.
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