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I am trying to create an SSRS report, buy I error.  Any I idea how to fix this?   I get the following error message ...

"There is an error in the query.  Invalid object name '#temp'
exec USP_CrossTab '
SELECT HPP.ccGrpName, HPP.ccYRMM, MDP.PDSPCL, MDP.PDNAME AS DoctorName, 1 as cntr
FROM  dbo.VW_HPPATMFL HPP
INNER JOIN dbo.VW_MasterDoctorPt MDP ON HPP.PPGRPno = MDP.PJGRP# AND HPP.PPPATno = MDP.PJPAT#
WHERE (HPP.PPTYPE = ''IP'') 
AND (HPP.PPMTCD <> ''D'') 
AND (mdp.PJAFTP = ''2'') 
AND (HPP.ccYRMM BETWEEN @YYYYMM1 AND @YYYYMM2)
AND (MDP.PDSPCL <> ''nur'') 
AND (HPP.ccGrpName = ''ELA'')

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STORE PROCEDURE...
CREATE procedure USP_CrossTab (@Select varchar(1000),
    @PivotCol varchar(100),
    @Summaries varchar(100),
    @GroupBy varchar(100),
    @OtherCols varchar(100) = Null)
AS
set nocount on
set ansi_warnings off

declare @sql varchar(8000)
declare @Vals varchar(8000);
set @Vals = '';
set @OtherCols= isNull(', ' + @OtherCols,'')
create table #temp  (PV varchar(100))
set @sql = 'select distinct convert(varchar(100),' + @PivotCol + ') as PV FROM (' + @Select + ') A'

insert into #temp
exec (@sql)
select @Vals = @Vals + ', ' +
    replace(replace(@Summaries,'(','(CASE WHEN ' + @PivotCol + '=''' +
            PV +  ''' THEN '),')[', ' END) as [' + PV + '')
from #Temp
order by PV
drop table #Temp

set @sql = 'select ' + @GroupBy + @OtherCols + @Vals +
       ' from (' + @Select + ') A GROUP BY ' + @GroupBy
exec ( @sql )

set nocount off
set ansi_warnings on
GO

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by:lcohan
ID: 35012338
Try remove the # from the dynamic SQL like below:

 exec USP_CrossTab '
SELECT HPP.ccGrpName, HPP.ccYRMM, MDP.PDSPCL, MDP.PDNAME AS DoctorName, 1 as cntr
FROM  dbo.VW_HPPATMFL HPP
INNER JOIN dbo.VW_MasterDoctorPt MDP ON HPP.PPGRPno = MDP.PJGRP AND HPP.PPPATno = MDP.PJPAT#
WHERE (HPP.PPTYPE = ''IP'')
AND (HPP.PPMTCD <> ''D'')
AND (mdp.PJAFTP = ''2'')
AND (HPP.ccYRMM BETWEEN @YYYYMM1 AND @YYYYMM2)
AND (MDP.PDSPCL <> ''nur'')
AND (HPP.ccGrpName = ''ELA'')
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by:lcohan
ID: 35012351
oops - sorry I missed one...

 exec USP_CrossTab '
SELECT HPP.ccGrpName, HPP.ccYRMM, MDP.PDSPCL, MDP.PDNAME AS DoctorName, 1 as cntr
FROM  dbo.VW_HPPATMFL HPP
INNER JOIN dbo.VW_MasterDoctorPt MDP ON HPP.PPGRPno = MDP.PJGRP AND HPP.PPPATno = MDP.PJPAT WHERE (HPP.PPTYPE = ''IP'')
AND (HPP.PPMTCD <> ''D'')
AND (mdp.PJAFTP = ''2'')
AND (HPP.ccYRMM BETWEEN @YYYYMM1 AND @YYYYMM2)
AND (MDP.PDSPCL <> ''nur'')
AND (HPP.ccGrpName = ''ELA'')
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by:epicazo
ID: 35012494
I renamed the fields, but I still get the error message "There is an error in the query. Invalid Object name '#temp.'

exec USP_CrossTab '
SELECT HPP.ccGrpName, HPP.ccYRMM, MDP.PDSPCL, MDP.PDNAME AS DoctorName, 1 as cntr
FROM  dbo.VW_HPPATMFL HPP
INNER JOIN dbo.VW_MasterDoctorPt MDP ON HPP.PPGRPno = MDP.PJGRPno AND HPP.PPPATno = MDP.PJPATno
WHERE (HPP.PPTYPE = ''IP'') 
AND (HPP.PPMTCD <> ''D'') 
AND (mdp.PJAFTP = ''2'') 
AND (HPP.ccYRMM BETWEEN ''2009-01'' AND ''2010-12'')
AND (MDP.PDSPCL <> ''nur'') 
AND (HPP.ccGrpName = ''ELA'')
',
'ccYRMM',
'count(cntr)[]',
'PDSPCL,DoctorName'

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Author Comment

by:epicazo
ID: 35012508
It seems as if it does't like the temp table...
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lcohan earned 1000 total points
ID: 35018026
I believe the query below gives the error:

select @Vals = @Vals + ', ' +
    replace(replace(@Summaries,'(','(CASE WHEN ' + @PivotCol + '=''' +
            PV +  ''' THEN '),')[', ' END) as [' + PV + '')
from #Temp


try print instead of exec for command below see what you get to be executed - I think this exec errors out

--insert into #temp exec (@sql)
do this instead
print (@sql)


also check the column length fro #temp table as I don't think 100 varchar is sufficient - I would make it 8000
instead as it's a varchar:

#temp  (PV varchar(100))
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Author Closing Comment

by:epicazo
ID: 35023352
Thanks.. ..  I still got an error with your suggestion, so I decited to dump the data into a TempTable which will be updated once a month anyway.  


DROP TABLE X_TEMP_Rpt_Admission20110302
-- ***************************************
-- The ReportName is YYYY-MM of previous month as DATEADD(m, - 1, GETDATE())
set @sql =
        'select  DATENAME(year, getdate()) + ''-'' + RIGHT (''0'' + CAST(DATEPART(month , DATEADD(m, - 1, GETDATE())) AS VarChar), 2) as ReportName, ' + @GroupBy + @OtherCols + @Vals +
       'into X_TEMP_Rpt_Admission20110302' +
       ' from (' + @Select + ') A GROUP BY ' + @GroupBy
exec ( @sql )
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