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I am looking for the proper syntax using a SProc to insert rows into a table which contains multiple fields (not primary key) with a GUID datatype.

Posted on 2009-04-14
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The GUID columns contain the foreign key references to related tables.
MS SQL Server 2005
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Question by:plord1234
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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can you please clarify the table design and the exact problem?
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by:plord1234
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DECLARE
@Id        uniqueidentifier,
@prod_id   uniqueidentifier,
@attr_id   uniqueidentifier,
@sort      INT

SET @Id = NEWID()
SET @prod_id = Guid('3584e5ed-23a0-4aaa-86ce-9be600ac96a4')
SET @attr_id = Guid('d1b3efd9-f336-4694-81c9-9bea0105c1df')

EXEC dbo.AS_C_ProductsAttributes_Insert
     @id          = Id    ,
     @prod_id     = @prod_id   ,
     @attr_id     = @attr_id   ,
     @sort     =    2  
     
GO


Below is the Procedure I created.

CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.AS_C_ProductsAttributes_Insert
             @id                  uniqueidentifier               ,
             @prod_id             uniqueidentifier               ,
             @attr_id             uniqueidentifier               ,
             @sort                INT                
AS
BEGIN
     SET NOCOUNT ON  

     INSERT INTO dbo.AS_C_ProductAttribute
          (
            Id                            ,
            ProductId                     ,
            AttributeId                   ,
            SortOrder                                    
          )
     VALUES
          (
            @id                         ,
            @prod_id                    ,
            @attr_id                    ,
            @sort                    
            )
END

GO

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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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ID: 24142779
so , what is the problem?
DECLARE
@Id        uniqueidentifier,
@prod_id   uniqueidentifier,
@attr_id   uniqueidentifier,
@sort      INT
 
SET @Id = NEWID()
SET @prod_id = cast('3584e5ed-23a0-4aaa-86ce-9be600ac96a4' as uniqueidentifier)
SET @attr_id = cast('d1b3efd9-f336-4694-81c9-9bea0105c1df' as uniqueidentifier)
 
EXEC dbo.AS_C_ProductsAttributes_Insert
     @id          = Id    ,
     @prod_id     = @prod_id   ,
     @attr_id     = @attr_id   ,
     @sort     =    2  

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by:plord1234
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DECLARE
@Id        uniqueidentifier,
@prod_id   uniqueidentifier,
@attr_id   uniqueidentifier,
@sort      INT
 
SET @Id = NEWID()
SET @prod_id = cast('3584e5ed-23a0-4aaa-86ce-9be600ac96a4' as uniqueidentifier)
SET @attr_id = cast('d1b3efd9-f336-4694-81c9-9bea0105c1df' as uniqueidentifier)
 
EXEC dbo.AS_C_ProductsAttributes_Insert
     @id          = @Id    ,
     @prod_id     = @prod_id   ,
     @attr_id     = @attr_id   ,
     @sort     =    2  
 
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plord1234 earned 0 total points
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AngelIII,

Minor correction just in case someone else uses this solution.

EXEC dbo.AS_C_ProductsAttributes_Insert
     @id          = @Id    ,


Thanks for the help!
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