Stored procedures - passing table as param

Posted on 2006-05-13
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
How do i write a SP to pass a tablename as param into a STORED procedure (SP)

i.e i wanna do

Question by:jedistar
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    Hi jedistar,

    You will need to use dynamic sql:

    create proc getall @v_tablename varchar(20)

    SET @SQL = 'SELECT * FROM ' + @v_tablename

    EXEC (@SQL)



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