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The conversion of the varchar value '581123037000' overflowed an int column.

Posted on 2011-09-16
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Trying to insert data in a temp table in memory for further work. I get the following error. I tried with and without cast and the same error in both cases. Please advice correction.
Error:
Msg 248, Level 16, State 1, Line 3
The conversion of the varchar value '581123037000' overflowed an int column.
The statement has been terminated.
drop table #TempPX
--charts by keyword
Select OCR.medrecactkey, OCR.addrkey, 
ME.MemberId, Cast(LDI.PRVID as bigint) as FacilityID, 
LG.LocationGroupId, HPE.DataCollectEndDate, LDI.POS
INTO #TempPX
FROM odischartresolution OCR
JOIN table1 OA ON OCR.addrkey = OA.addrkey
JOIN table2HPE ON OA.hprptentityid = HPE.hprptentityid
Join table3ME on OCR.MbrEligKey = ME.MemberEligKey
Join table4LDI on OCR.PrvID = LDI.PRVID
Join table5LG on OCR.AddrKey = LG.Addrkey
where 
HPE.KeyWord in (
'ABC27751PI',
'ABC27752PI'')
order by  OCR.medrecactkey desc

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Why not specifically create the table before running the process

create table #tempPX
(...

)

Then do insert into #tempPX select ...
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I found the problem. The OCR table has this field as int and LDI has varchar in it. I changed my join on and it works now.
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by:BusyMama
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An INT field I believe can only store numbers up to 2,147,483,647.

You will have to change the datatype in the target table to BIGINT.
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my mistake.
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