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Posted on 2011-09-22
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Hi,
Is there a way to write sql query with user input.
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Question by:RIAS
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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this question is a bit vague, as the issue is: how is the user finally running the sql?
ms sql management studio?
some home-grown app (which programming language)?
using a .sql file?
somehow else?
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by:kswathi
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Can you give more details
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by:RIAS
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I need to save a sql query in database which first tries to  execute before it saves in database.
There are some values in query which will be user input later.
Example query is :
select * from Personal_Details a
inner join DEATH_BENEFIT b on
a.REFNO=b.REFNO

inner join PENSIONER_DETAIL c on
c.REFNO=a.REFNO

inner join TRANSFER_OUT_HISTORY d on
d.REFNO=a.REFNO

where (a.CURRStatus in ('Active','PreservedPensioner','Pensioner','Widow','Child'))
or (a.CURRStatus = 'No Liability'
and ((a.Dateleft > dateadd(y,17/06/2011,-1)) or  (b.dbdate > dateadd(y,17/06/2011,-1))  
or (c.pdpencomm  > dateadd(y,17/06/2011,-1)) or (d.topaid > dateadd(y,17/06/2011,-1))))

bold are the user input.
For the timebeing just need to replace it with user input.

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by:smu95rp
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Do you mean you want the person running the script (in Management Studio or wherever) to be prompted for parameters at runtime, or just want to know how to use variables?
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by:RIAS
ID: 36580408
Hi,
Just want to know how to use variables.

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smu95rp earned 2000 total points
ID: 36580496
OK

Declare @RefDate datetime

Set @RefDate = '17/06/2011'

Select *
From Personal_Details a
Inner Join DEATH_BENEFIT b  On a.REFNO=b.REFNO
Inner Join PENSIONER_DETAIL c On c.REFNO=a.REFNO
Inner Join TRANSFER_OUT_HISTORY d On d.REFNO=a.REFNO
Where (a.CURRStatus In ('Active','PreservedPensioner','Pensioner','Widow','Child'))
Or (a.CURRStatus = 'No Liability' And ((a.Dateleft > dateadd(y, @RefDate, -1))
    Or  (b.dbdate > dateadd(y, @RefDate, -1))  
    Or (c.pdpencomm  > dateadd(y, @RefDate, -1)) Or (d.topaid > dateadd(y, @RefDate, -1)))
)
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by:RIAS
ID: 36595904
Cheers mate!!
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