SQL Server Update Temporary Table Type - Scalar Variable Error

I have the below in a stored procedure.  I needed to have the report information in one recordset because a Crystal Report will be viewing it.  Here's my question, it's on the UPDATE statement... it works if I replace @LogReport.Username with a username, like 'iufits', but when I use @LogReport.Username in the where clause I get the error message:  "Must declare the scalar variable "@LogReport".   I'm using SQL Server 2005.

What am I missing on the Update statement?

Declare @LogReport Table (
      Username varchar (20) NOT NULL ,
      LoginsTotal int NOT NULL,
      LoginsLastWeek int NOT NULL,
      LoginsLast30Days int NOT NULL,
    LoginsLastYear int NOT NULL
)

Insert Into @LogReport (Username, LoginsTotal, LoginsLastWeek, LoginsLast30Days, LoginsLastYear) Select Username, Count(Username), 0, 0, 0 As Logins From LOG_FILE Where LOG_ENTRY='Login' GROUP BY Username

Update @LogReport
      Set LoginsLastWeek = T2.Logins
      From (Select Username, Count(Username) As Logins From LOG_FILE Where LOG_TIME > (getDate() - 7) And LOG_ENTRY='Login' GROUP BY Username) T2
      Where T2.Username = @LogReport.Username
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IUFITSAsked:
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dqmqCommented:

Try this:

Update @LogReport
      Set LoginsLastWeek = T2.Logins
      From @LogReport LR
, (Select Username, Count(Username) As Logins From LOG_FILE Where LOG_TIME > (getDate() - 7) And LOG_ENTRY='Login' GROUP BY Username) T2
      Where T2.Username = LR.Username
 




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IUFITSAuthor Commented:
Yup, that's perfect.  Thanks a ton!  I probably wouldn't have guessed the syntax in that format for a good while.  :P

Again, thank you!  ;)
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