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XP_SENDMAIL and Passing Query Parameters

Posted on 2004-09-27
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Hi,

I have the following in a sp:

select @query_email= 'select column_1, column_2 from my_table where column_1='@parameter''
EXEC master.dbo.xp_sendmail @recipients = @email,
   @query = @query_email

The @parameter is defined earlier (correctly and also the @email too).

How can I run the query in xp_sendmail and also pass a parameter from the sp into the query?

Thanks,

Farawayman
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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You have to put the parameter VALUE inside the @query string, because xp_sendmail won't know about it otherwise:
select @query_email= 'select column_1, column_2 from my_table where column_1=''' + @parameter + ''''

Please take care that the @parameter value is "secure", so that it cannot contain malicious code.
To be sure the above works also if @parameter contains a ' in it (like Mc'Donald for names), use this

select @query_email= 'select column_1, column_2 from my_table where column_1=''' + replace(@parameter, '''', '''''') + ''''

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