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Dynamically updating Table from query result in sql server 2005

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Hi,
I have an existing table in sql server 2005 database
Id (int, not null)
LoadDate (datetime, null)
Client  (nvarchar,null)
Location (nvarchar, null)
 client tableI want to update this table dynamically using the results of the following query;

Select  client Location
From RawData.NewData

The ID value to be incremented and the LoadDate value to be the date when the query is fired.

any help appreciated..Thanks
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insert into [client table]
(loaddate,client,location)

Select  getdate(),client, Location
From RawData.NewData
where not exists (select client from [client table] as x where x.client=rawdata.newdata.client
 and x.location=rawdata.newdata.location)
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by:blossompark
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Hi angelII,  thanks for the link
Hi Lowfatspread, thanks for that, trying now, will update when complete
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by:blossompark
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Hi AngelII, great info there that i will need to study, thank you...

Hi Lowfatspread, thanks for your input , table has loaded with the data.
I used the following code only for my requirement;
insert into [client table]
(loaddate,client,location)
Select  getdate(),client, Location
From RawData.NewData

I'm assuming
where not exists (select client from [client table] as x where x.client=rawdata.newdata.client
 and x.location=rawdata.newdata.location)

is to prevent duplicate combinations of  client/location from being entered into the client table?

If that is the case that is not a concern in this instance...
as the LoaDate/Client/Location is what needs to be unique
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