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I have a query which returns a column of ints, for each row, I want to call a stored procedure, how can this be done?

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I have a query which returns a column of ints, for each row, I want to call a stored procedure, how can this be done?

Let's say i have 'select my_key from my_table where cool=1'  and it returns:

2
3
6
8
9
12

from that, i would like to automatically run

EXEC my_sp @p1=2
EXEC my_sp @p1=3
EXEC my_sp @p1=6
EXEC my_sp @p1=8
EXEC my_sp @p1=9
EXEC my_sp @p1=12

Can I do something like

EXEC my_sp @p1=(select my_key from my_table where cool=1) or is more complicated than that?

Assume that my_key and @p1 are both type int
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 2000 total points
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this should do:
declare @t table ( id int )
declare @id int 
insert into @t select my_key from my_table where cool=1
while @@rowcount > 0
begin
  select top 1 @id = id from @t
  if @@rowcount > 0
  begin
    exec my_sp @p1 = @id
  end
  delete @t where id = @id
  
end

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