Declare varible to hold Scope_Identity() problem

this portion of my stored procedure gives me an "incorrect syntax" error.

DECLARE @NewResourceID      int
SELECT SCOPE_IDENTITY() AS @NewResourceID
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sajuksCommented:
select @NewResourceID = SCOPE_IDENTITY()
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sajuksCommented:
Thanks for the points and grade
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dba123Author Commented:
quick question.  Now that I changed it to a parameter, I am not able to use that in my queryset in my asp page

-- ### Get New ResourceID
DECLARE @NewResourceID      int
SELECT @NewResourceID = SCOPE_IDENTITY()


so this doesn't work anymore because before, I was holding the identity in a variable before resorting to declaring a parameter:

Set Query = objConnection.Execute(strSQL)

Session("LastResourceID") = Query("NewResourceID")


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dba123Author Commented:
my complete sp is:


ALTER              PROCEDURE sp_Add_Resource
      @OwnerID                  int = NULL,
      @CreatedByID                  int = NULL,
      @LocationID                  int = NULL,
      @ResourceTypeID                  int = NULL,
      @ResourceName                     varchar(50),
      @DiskSizeID                  int = NULL,
      @CreatedDate                  datetime,
      @CPUTypeID                  int = NULL,
      @CPUSpeedID                  int = NULL,
      @BrandID                  int = NULL,
      @RAMAmountID                  int = NULL,
      @SerialNumber                  varchar(50),
      @OSID                        int = NULL
AS

SET NOCOUNT ON

-- ### Insert Resource
INSERT INTO ERD.dbo.tbl_Resource
(OwnerID, CreatedByID, LocationID, ResourceTypeID, ResourceName, SerialNumber, CreatedDate)
VALUES
(@OwnerID, @CreatedByID, @LocationID, @ResourceTypeID, @ResourceName, @SerialNumber, @CreatedDate)

-- ### Get New ResourceID
DECLARE @NewResourceID      int
SELECT @NewResourceID = SCOPE_IDENTITY()

-- ### Insert Resouce Attributes for Server/PC
INSERT INTO ERD.dbo.tbl_RServer_PC
(ResourceID, OSID, DiskSizeID, CPUTypeID, CPUSpeedID, BrandID, RAMAmountID, CreatedDate)
VALUES
(@NewResourceID, @OSID, @DiskSizeID, @CPUTypeID, @CPUSpeedID, @BrandID, @RAMAmountID, @CreatedDate)

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