How do I run SQL exec sp for each record in table

I have a stored procedure I only need to run on certain records collected from my select command. How can I loop through my selection and execute my stored procedure.

-- Get SAP Delivery Number for record updates
SELECT @SAPDeliveryNo = SAPDeliveryNo
FROM blending_orders     
WHERE OrderStatus = 'P' OR [OrderStatus] = 'R'  
 
-- Hold mode : Update local record
if @status = 1 
begin
-- HOW DO I RUN THIS EXEC FOR EACH REORD IN MY SELECTION
exec @retcode6 = Sp_blending_orders_local_status_hold @SAPDeliveryNo 	
select 'Hold Mode' = @retcode6
end

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jmoss111Commented:
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tigin44Commented:
you loop  through the records you selected by using a cursor. i.e.

-- Get SAP Delivery Number for record updates
CURSOR cSelect FOR
      SELECT SAPDeliveryNo
      FROM blending_orders    
      WHERE OrderStatus = 'P' OR [OrderStatus] = 'R'  
 
-- Hold mode : Update local record
if @status = 1
begin
      OPEN cSelect;
      FETCH NEXT FROM cSelect INTO @SAPDeliveryNo;
      WHILE (@@FETCH_STATUS <> 0)
      BEGIN
            exec @retcode6 = Sp_blending_orders_local_status_hold @SAPDeliveryNo    ;
            select 'Hold Mode' = @retcode6;
      
            FETCH NEXT FROM cSelect INTO @SAPDeliveryNo;
      END;
      CLOSE cSelect;
      DEALLOCATE cSelect;

-- HOW DO I RUN THIS EXEC FOR EACH REORD IN MY SELECTION
end;
 
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ErnariashCommented:
Cursor could do the work.. please see Attached Code Snippet: thanks.

	declare @SAPDeliveryNo nvarchar(255)
	
	declare CustList cursor for
		SELECT SAPDeliveryNo FROM blending_orders
		WHERE OrderStatus = 'P' OR [OrderStatus] = 'R'  
	OPEN CustList
	FETCH NEXT FROM CustList 
	INTO @SAPDeliveryNo
	
	WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
	BEGIN
			-- Hold mode : Update local record
			if @status = 1 
			begin
			-- HOW DO I RUN THIS EXEC FOR EACH REORD IN MY SELECTION
			exec @retcode6 = Sp_blending_orders_local_status_hold @SAPDeliveryNo 	
			select 'Hold Mode' = @retcode6
			end
	  FETCH NEXT FROM CustList INTO @SAPDeliveryNo
	END
	CLOSE CustList
	DEALLOCATE CustList

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hdbishopjrAuthor Commented:
Thanks so much, you saved me many hours.
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