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Returning rows with a stored procedure

Posted on 2012-03-22
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Hi

I hope somebody can help me with the following.

I need to retrieve some records using a SELECT but also using a stored procedure.

Suppose the table (myTable) I have has the following format:

ID      NAME     DOB     SCORE

I have a stored procedure myStoredProcedure(NAME, X, Y, Z)

where NAME and SCORE are values passed in and X, Y and Z are returned values.

This is the pseudo code I'm trying to do

SELECT * FROM myTable WHERE myTable.SCORE = X "using" myStoredProcedure(myTable.NAME, X, Y, Z)

where X is an output parameter from the stored procedure using values from myTable.

Can anybody help?

Thanks in advance

John
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Create a user defined scalar function to do the same work myStoredProcedure and return the required value

CREATE FUNCTION ......

Then
SELECT * FROM myTable WHERE myTable.SCORE = dbo.udfYourFunction(NAME, X, Y, Z)
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The function will have just return a single value - Why are you returning 3 different values - What is the business logic?
May have to look at using a table valued function and cross apply
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the 3 different values are used in other cases. I'll try your first idea.
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