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creating a Stored Procedure to update records in two joined tables

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Hello experts,

I was introduced to Stored Procedures on Sql Server by experts on this forum.
I was shown how to create one that inserts data in two joined tables.
Since then I 've experimeting by creating a similar SP to update data in the two tables using the first SP as a model for the update version.
Unfortunately my effort hasn't succeeded so far. The data in the first table gets updated but not in the second table.

here is the update SP:

Alter PROCEDURE [dbo].[UpdateMainRemarks]
      -- Add the parameters for the stored procedure here
      @ID int,
      @dDate date,
      @tTime time,
      @mMonth nvarchar (15),
      @nName nvarchar (255),
      @sSubject nvarchar (255),
      @tType nvarchar (15),
      @sRemarks nvarchar(Max)
      
AS
BEGIN
      SET NOCOUNT ON

UPDATE Main SET dDate=@dDate, tTime=@tTime,nName=@nName,sSubject=@sSubject,tType=@tType,mMonth=@mMonth where ID=@ID
  declare @newid int, @remarks nvarchar(Max)
   set @remarks = @sRemarks

SELECT @newid = SCOPE_IDENTITY()
IF @sRemarks != ''
   BEGIN
    Update tblRemarks Set mainID=@newid, Remarks=@remarks
   
End
END
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