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Posted on 2011-02-13
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Hello,
I have an error on if exists command, I try to use @dbname variable :

IF exists (select *  from ' + ' @dbname + '.'+ dbo.sysobjects where name = 'syspublications')
Thanks
bibi
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Try dynamic sql

declare @sql varchar(500)
set @sql = 'IF exists (select *  from ' +  @dbname + '.dbo.sysobjects where name = ''syspublications'')'
exec(@sql)
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Thanks a lot, it helps me to to this :
declare @sqlscript nvarchar(max)
set @sqlscript = 'IF exists (select *  from ' +  @dbname + '.dbo.sysobjects where name = ''syspublications'')
      BEGIN
            EXEC master.dbo.sp_replicationdboption @dbname =N''' + @dbname + ''',@optname = N''publish'', @value = N''false''
            end '
exec sp_executesql @sqlscript
Regards
bibi
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Thanks

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Glad to help you
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