In SQL Server 2008 R2 I have a stored procedure where I can pass in an entire table from VB web page that I want to compare to existing table. In both tables
col1 is a date column
col2 is a money column
I need to compare the inbound table with the sqlTable
if inbound count(*) > sqlTable count(*) return a fail message
inbound col1 doesn't exist in sqlTable return a fail message
if col1 exists in both tables
inbound.col1 must be < = sqlTable.col1 or return fail message
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