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MS SQL Insert Through Select Statement

Posted on 2006-07-04
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Sir, I am using following command to insert some information from an other table

Insert Into BrcOffExp(ExpDate,Discriptions,credit) values (select x.ExpDate,x.JobNo,x.Amount
from
(select ExpDate=max(a.cbd),JobNo='Job # ' + left(a.file_job,5) + 'Peshawar Expense', Amount=sum(a.RahdariCost)+sum(a.TurkhamClearanceExp)
from cntrtransporterdet a
where a.cbd >='06/01/2006'
and a.Cbd <='06/30/2006'
group by a.file_job)x
where amount > 0


Please let me know where i am doing mistake because it is showing error on line first near select.

Rgds.
Mehram
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Aneesh Retnakaran earned 500 total points
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Hi Mehram,
Insert Into BrcOffExp(ExpDate,Discriptions,credit)
select x.ExpDate,x.JobNo,x.Amount
from
(
select ExpDate=max(a.cbd),JobNo='Job # ' + left(a.file_job,5) + 'Peshawar Expense',
Amount=sum(a.RahdariCost)+sum(a.TurkhamClearanceExp)
from cntrtransporterdet a
where a.cbd >='06/01/2006'
and a.Cbd <='06/30/2006'
group by a.file_job)x
where amount > 0


Cheers!
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