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Hello Experts,
Was trying to create a stored procedure which will insert records on two tables (table 1 & table 2) if recordID does not exists else just update one table (table 1). Unfortunately i'm experiencing an incorrect syntax near the keyword 'ELSE' when i create the SP.



CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[SP_01]
@RecordID INT,
@Desc VARCHAR(MAX)
AS
BEGIN
IF
(SELECT COUNT(*) FROM [dbo].[Table_1] WHERE [RecordID] = @RecordID) = 0

INSERT INTO [dbo].[Table_1] (Col1, Col2) VALUES (@RecordID, @Desc)

INSERT INTO  [dbo].[Table_2] (Col1, Col2, Col3) VALUES (@RecordID, 1, GETDATE())

ELSE
UPDATE  [dbo].[Table_1] SET Col2 = @Desc WHERE Col1 = @RecordID

END

GO
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Question by:jsuanque
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micropc1 earned 800 total points
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Try...

CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[SP_01]
@RecordID INT,
@Desc VARCHAR(MAX)
AS 
BEGIN
   IF  (SELECT COUNT(*) FROM [dbo].[Table_1] WHERE [RecordID] = @RecordID) = 0
      BEGIN
         INSERT INTO [dbo].[Table_1] (Col1, Col2) VALUES (@RecordID, @Desc)
         INSERT INTO  [dbo].[Table_2] (Col1, Col2, Col3) VALUES (@RecordID, 1, GETDATE())
      END
   ELSE
      UPDATE  [dbo].[Table_1] SET Col2 = @Desc WHERE Col1 = @RecordID
END

GO

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by:jsuanque
jsuanque earned 0 total points
ID: 37775007
Sorry disregard...found the solution...

CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[SP_01]
@RecordID INT,
@Desc VARCHAR(MAX)
AS
IF
(SELECT COUNT(*) FROM [dbo].[Table_1] WHERE [RecordID] = @RecordID) = 0
BEGIN
INSERT INTO [dbo].[Table_1] (Col1, Col2) VALUES (@RecordID, @Desc)

INSERT INTO  [dbo].[Table_2] (Col1, Col2, Col3) VALUES (@RecordID, 1, GETDATE())
END

IF
(SELECT COUNT(*) FROM [dbo].[Table_1] WHERE [RecordID] = @RecordID) <> 0
BEGIN
UPDATE  [dbo].[Table_1] SET Col2 = @Desc WHERE Col1 = @RecordID
END

GO
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by:Anthony Perkins
ID: 37778139
Or simply (just fix the obvious typo in xUPDATE):
xUPDATE  [dbo].[Table_1] SET Col2 = @Desc WHERE Col1 = @RecordID
IF @@ROWCOUNT = 0
	BEGIN
		INSERT INTO [dbo].[Table_1] (Col1, Col2) VALUES (@RecordID, @Desc)
		INSERT INTO  [dbo].[Table_2] (Col1, Col2, Col3) VALUES (@RecordID, 1, GETDATE())
	END

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by:jsuanque
ID: 37792786
Thanks both works...but i like yours better:-)
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