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How to fetch record 1 by 1 in a stored procedure ????

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Hi,
    I am using MYSQL to write a stored procedure.
    i have a table (UserTable ) which contains UserID and UserName fields.
    I have another table (ShortCutInfo) which contains UserID and ShortCutURL fields.

   I want to write a stored procedure (moreover a conversion script) which is intented to change
   update or insert record in ShortCutInfo table depending on the value of UserID present in UserTable.

   If a UserID of table UserTable exists in ShortCutInfo table then update ShortCutURL field with "URLUpdated"

  If a UserID doesnot exists in ShortCutInfo table then Insert a new record with UserID (same as in UserTable) and ShortCutID as "URLInserted".

 Can anyone suggest me how to read and do operation in an Stored procedure ???????
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Tomas Helgi Johannsson earned 1500 total points
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    Hi!

Take a look at the manual : http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/create-procedure.html  :)

Also take a look at this example on how to create multistatement procedure:
http://www.java2s.com/Tutorial/MySQL/0201__Procedure-Function/CreatingaMultistatementStoredProcedure.htm
This will give you an idea on how to solve your problem.

Regards,
   Tomas Helgi
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