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In Statement

OK, So I want to use an IN Statement against a smallint field.

How can I pass in the Paramaters so they work against a smallint field?

For example I want to pass in "1,2,3" as a paramater and have the 1,2,3 go against a field in the database that is a smallint type.

SELECT *
FROM Table
WHERE smallint IN(@paramater)

How can I accomplish this?

Thanks,
Mark
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smithmrk
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smithmrk
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lwadwellCommented:
If a variable is used directly within a SQL - the variable is interpreted as a single string value, it does not resolve to the list.
You can build the full SQL into a variable and execute that or use a user defined function to take the string and turn into a list of values.
Example of a execute is
IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#tmp_table') IS NOT NULL 
	DROP TABLE #tmp_table;
CREATE TABLE #tmp_table (
	id		int not null identity(1,1),
	val   int,
	descr varchar(20)
);
insert into #tmp_table (val, descr) values 
(1,'test 1'),
(2,'test 2'),
(3,'test 3');

declare @list		varchar(10);
set @list = '1,2';

declare @SQL_select  nvarchar(1000);
set @SQL_select = 'select * from #tmp_table where val in ('+@list+')';

exec (@SQL_select);

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Alpesh PatelAssistant ConsultantCommented:
SELECT *
FROM Table
WHERE smallint IN(@paramater)


if smallint is int field then parameter values like  1,2,3
and string then '1','2','3'
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smithmrkAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I'll give it a try!
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