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SQL Server 2008 CLR Stored Procedure Insert

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Hi,

I am not sure how to receive the @@identity variable from sql server when I execute through a CLR Stored Procedure. Could someone give me an example or point me in the right direction

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You're better using scope_identity see link:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms190315.aspx
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In CLR, instead of @@Identity use SELECT SCOPE_IDENTITY() to get the same output

Kindly go through the thread below and especially the last one which would be of interest to you..
http://www.bigresource.com/Tracker/Track-ms_sql-8t5Yvti6/
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