row that should be excluded still shows up

disclaimer:  I am a sql beginner working on concepts a bit beyond my comfort level.  Stored Proc was not written by me.


I do not see why a row is showing up that should be hidden (based upon my where clause conditions)

Here is the Stored Proc:

(note:  final result is a select on a temporary table, if that matters)

(note 2:  The "ShowForm" column and the table AgentFormOverride were recently created by me and this is my attempt at integration into the existing Stored Proc below)


USE [PP]
GO
/****** Object:  StoredProcedure [dbo].[AgentFormList_Get]    Script Date: 12/31/2012 09:32:23 ******/
SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO

ALTER Procedure [dbo].[AgentFormList_Get]

@AssetID int,
@AssetSID int

AS
/*
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Name:         AgentFormList_Get
Date:         
Purpose:      Returns list of active forms for specified asset
Requested by: Madhav
Author:       Paul Peterson


History
Date              Modified by         Requested by      Modification/Description
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
11-30-2010				Paul								Kade							Don't return Reimbursement Policy for Saxon & Litton

3/3/2011					Bethb								Madhav						A part of the Document and Image Archive Process, changed proc to look at vDocument

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
*/

DECLARE @Colist bit,
@ExcludeValue int,
@DocExpReim int,
@Abbr varchar(10)

SELECT @Colist = dbo.ColistRequired(@AssetID, @AssetSID)
SELECT @ExcludeValue = CASE WHEN @Colist = 1 THEN 2 ELSE 1 END
SELECT @DocExpReim = dbo.GetLookupID('DocExpReim')

SELECT @Abbr = RTRIM(Merchant.Abbr)
FROM Asset
INNER JOIN Pool ON Asset.PoolID = Pool.PoolID AND Asset.PoolSID = Pool.PoolSID
INNER JOIN Merchant on Pool.MerchantID = Merchant.MerchantID AND Pool.MerchantSID = Merchant.MerchantSID
WHERE Asset.AssetID = @AssetID AND Asset.AssetSID = @AssetSID

DECLARE @tblForms table (
AgentFormListID int,
AgentFormListSID int,
FormTypeID int,
Sequence int,
FormName varchar(50),
AcceptanceReqd bit,
DuplicatesAllowed bit,
ExternalLink varchar(50),
CreateDt datetime,
ActionDate datetime,
AcceptDecline int,
AcceptedBy varchar(50),
DocumentID int,
DocumentSID int,
AssetTaskID int,
AssetTaskSID int,
AgentFormID int,
AgentFormSID int,
TaskCode varchar(50),
Active bit,
ShowForm bit
)

INSERT INTO @tblForms
SELECT AgentFormList.AgentFormListID, AgentFormList.AgentFormListSID,
FormTypeID, Sequence, FormName, AcceptanceReqd, DuplicatesAllowed, ExternalLink,
CreateDt, ActionDate, AcceptDecline, dbo.getUserName(AgentForm.AcceptUserID,AgentForm.AcceptUserSID) AS AcceptedBy, Document.DocumentID, Document.DocumentSID, AssetTaskID, AssetTaskSID, 
AgentForm.AgentFormID, AgentForm.AgentFormSID, TaskCode, AgentForm.Active, afo.ShowForm

FROM AgentFormList
LEFT JOIN AgentForm on 
AgentFormList.AgentFormListID = AgentForm.AgentFormListID 
AND AgentFormList.AgentFormListSID = AgentForm.AgentFormListSID
AND AgentForm.AssetID = @AssetID AND AgentForm.AssetSID = @AssetSID 
LEFT JOIN AgentFormOverride afo on
AgentFormList.AgentFormListID = afo.AgentFormListID
LEFT JOIN vDocument Document ON 
AgentForm.DocumentID = Document.DocumentID 
AND AgentForm.DocumentSID = Document.DocumentSID
WHERE ColistFlag <> @ExcludeValue
AND (FormTypeID <> @DocExpReim OR (FormTypeID = @DocExpReim AND @Abbr NOT IN ('LIT','SXN')))
INSERT INTO @tblForms
SELECT
	AgentFormListID,
	AgentFormListSID,
	FormTypeID,
	Sequence,
	FormName,
	AcceptanceReqd,
	DuplicatesAllowed,
	ExternalLink,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	TaskCode,
	1,
	ShowForm
FROM @tblForms t
	WHERE
	t.ShowForm = 1 and
	t.DuplicatesAllowed = 1 AND NOT EXISTS 
		(SELECT * FROM @tblForms WHERE Sequence = t.Sequence AND DocumentID IS NULL)


SELECT * FROM @tblForms 
order by sequence

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Here is the where clause (at the bottom of the stored proc) that (in my mind) should be excluding the last row:

WHERE
      t.ShowForm = 1 and
      t.DuplicatesAllowed = 1 AND NOT EXISTS
            (SELECT * FROM @tblForms WHERE Sequence = t.Sequence AND DocumentID IS NULL)


The reason is that ShowForm is set to False (set to "0").  ShowForm type is bit.


Essentially, the last row in the result set should toggle (show or be hidden) as ShowForm is set to "show" or "not show".

Here is the result set:

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Paul MacDonaldConnect With a Mentor Director, Information SystemsCommented:
What happens if you skip the second SELECT and INSERT statements altogether?  You can just wrap them in

/*
...
*/


to comment them out.
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
There are at least two INSERT statements in your stored procedure.  Is it possible the record is being added by the other?
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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
I see what you mean.

Yes, I believe it is possible.


Assuming the record is being added by the FIRST insert, how do I prevent that?
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
The obvious answer is to duplicate your criteria:

...
WHERE ColistFlag <> @ExcludeValue
AND (FormTypeID <> @DocExpReim OR (FormTypeID = @DocExpReim AND @Abbr NOT IN ('LIT','SXN'))) AND  t.ShowForm = 1
...


It's not possible for me to say whether or not that would have other repercussions, but it's easy enough to try and undo if it doesn't work the way you want.
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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
I did try that.

But since none of the other rows returned will have a value of 0 for "ShowForm"   (since they don't exist in AgentFormOverride) the only row that shows up is the one in AgentFormOverride.

Does that make sense?
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
How about:

...
WHERE ColistFlag <> @ExcludeValue
AND (FormTypeID <> @DocExpReim OR (FormTypeID = @DocExpReim AND @Abbr NOT IN ('LIT','SXN'))) AND t.ShowForm <> 0
...
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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
It still shows up in the results with this change...but there is only ONE row returned instead of 21 rows.


When I make this change is it ONLY in the top WHERE clause and NOT in the bottom WHERE clause?
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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
Maybe this can help:



This version actually returns 0 rows:

USE [PP]
GO
/****** Object:  StoredProcedure [dbo].[AgentFormList_Get]    Script Date: 12/31/2012 12:54:23 ******/
SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO

ALTER Procedure [dbo].[AgentFormList_Get]

@AssetID int,
@AssetSID int

AS
/*
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Name:         AgentFormList_Get
Date:         
Purpose:      Returns list of active forms for specified asset
Requested by: Madhav
Author:       Paul Peterson


History
Date              Modified by         Requested by      Modification/Description
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
11-30-2010				Paul								Kade							Don't return Reimbursement Policy for Saxon & Litton

3/3/2011					Bethb								Madhav						A part of the Document and Image Archive Process, changed proc to look at vDocument

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
*/

DECLARE @Colist bit,
@ExcludeValue int,
@DocExpReim int,
@Abbr varchar(10)

SELECT @Colist = dbo.ColistRequired(@AssetID, @AssetSID)
SELECT @ExcludeValue = CASE WHEN @Colist = 1 THEN 2 ELSE 1 END
SELECT @DocExpReim = dbo.GetLookupID('DocExpReim')

SELECT @Abbr = RTRIM(Merchant.Abbr)
FROM Asset
INNER JOIN Pool ON Asset.PoolID = Pool.PoolID AND Asset.PoolSID = Pool.PoolSID
INNER JOIN Merchant on Pool.MerchantID = Merchant.MerchantID AND Pool.MerchantSID = Merchant.MerchantSID
WHERE Asset.AssetID = @AssetID AND Asset.AssetSID = @AssetSID

DECLARE @tblForms table (
AgentFormListID int,
AgentFormListSID int,
FormTypeID int,
Sequence int,
FormName varchar(50),
AcceptanceReqd bit,
DuplicatesAllowed bit,
ExternalLink varchar(50),
CreateDt datetime,
ActionDate datetime,
AcceptDecline int,
AcceptedBy varchar(50),
DocumentID int,
DocumentSID int,
AssetTaskID int,
AssetTaskSID int,
AgentFormID int,
AgentFormSID int,
TaskCode varchar(50),
Active bit,
ShowForm bit
)

INSERT INTO @tblForms y
SELECT AgentFormList.AgentFormListID, AgentFormList.AgentFormListSID,
FormTypeID, Sequence, FormName, AcceptanceReqd, DuplicatesAllowed, ExternalLink,
CreateDt, ActionDate, AcceptDecline, dbo.getUserName(AgentForm.AcceptUserID,AgentForm.AcceptUserSID) AS AcceptedBy, Document.DocumentID, Document.DocumentSID, AssetTaskID, AssetTaskSID, 
AgentForm.AgentFormID, AgentForm.AgentFormSID, TaskCode, AgentForm.Active, afo.ShowForm

FROM AgentFormList
LEFT JOIN AgentForm on 
AgentFormList.AgentFormListID = AgentForm.AgentFormListID 
AND AgentFormList.AgentFormListSID = AgentForm.AgentFormListSID
AND AgentForm.AssetID = @AssetID AND AgentForm.AssetSID = @AssetSID 
LEFT JOIN AgentFormOverride afo on
AgentFormList.AgentFormListID = afo.AgentFormListID
LEFT JOIN vDocument Document ON 
AgentForm.DocumentID = Document.DocumentID 
AND AgentForm.DocumentSID = Document.DocumentSID
WHERE ColistFlag <> @ExcludeValue
AND (FormTypeID <> @DocExpReim OR (FormTypeID = @DocExpReim AND @Abbr NOT IN ('LIT','SXN')))
AND y.ShowForm <> 0
INSERT INTO @tblForms
SELECT
	AgentFormListID,
	AgentFormListSID,
	FormTypeID,
	Sequence,
	FormName,
	AcceptanceReqd,
	DuplicatesAllowed,
	ExternalLink,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	TaskCode,
	1,
	ShowForm
FROM @tblForms t
	WHERE
	t.DuplicatesAllowed = 1 AND NOT EXISTS 
		(SELECT * FROM @tblForms WHERE Sequence = t.Sequence AND DocumentID IS NULL)
		


SELECT * FROM @tblForms 
order by sequence

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Whereas. . .


This version returns 21 rows, and the last row still shows up:









USE [PP]
GO
/****** Object:  StoredProcedure [dbo].[AgentFormList_Get]    Script Date: 12/31/2012 12:54:23 ******/
SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO

ALTER Procedure [dbo].[AgentFormList_Get]

@AssetID int,
@AssetSID int

AS
/*
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Name:         AgentFormList_Get
Date:         
Purpose:      Returns list of active forms for specified asset
Requested by: Madhav
Author:       Paul Peterson


History
Date              Modified by         Requested by      Modification/Description
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
11-30-2010				Paul								Kade							Don't return Reimbursement Policy for Saxon & Litton

3/3/2011					Bethb								Madhav						A part of the Document and Image Archive Process, changed proc to look at vDocument

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
*/

DECLARE @Colist bit,
@ExcludeValue int,
@DocExpReim int,
@Abbr varchar(10)

SELECT @Colist = dbo.ColistRequired(@AssetID, @AssetSID)
SELECT @ExcludeValue = CASE WHEN @Colist = 1 THEN 2 ELSE 1 END
SELECT @DocExpReim = dbo.GetLookupID('DocExpReim')

SELECT @Abbr = RTRIM(Merchant.Abbr)
FROM Asset
INNER JOIN Pool ON Asset.PoolID = Pool.PoolID AND Asset.PoolSID = Pool.PoolSID
INNER JOIN Merchant on Pool.MerchantID = Merchant.MerchantID AND Pool.MerchantSID = Merchant.MerchantSID
WHERE Asset.AssetID = @AssetID AND Asset.AssetSID = @AssetSID

DECLARE @tblForms table (
AgentFormListID int,
AgentFormListSID int,
FormTypeID int,
Sequence int,
FormName varchar(50),
AcceptanceReqd bit,
DuplicatesAllowed bit,
ExternalLink varchar(50),
CreateDt datetime,
ActionDate datetime,
AcceptDecline int,
AcceptedBy varchar(50),
DocumentID int,
DocumentSID int,
AssetTaskID int,
AssetTaskSID int,
AgentFormID int,
AgentFormSID int,
TaskCode varchar(50),
Active bit,
ShowForm bit
)

INSERT INTO @tblForms y
SELECT AgentFormList.AgentFormListID, AgentFormList.AgentFormListSID,
FormTypeID, Sequence, FormName, AcceptanceReqd, DuplicatesAllowed, ExternalLink,
CreateDt, ActionDate, AcceptDecline, dbo.getUserName(AgentForm.AcceptUserID,AgentForm.AcceptUserSID) AS AcceptedBy, Document.DocumentID, Document.DocumentSID, AssetTaskID, AssetTaskSID, 
AgentForm.AgentFormID, AgentForm.AgentFormSID, TaskCode, AgentForm.Active, afo.ShowForm

FROM AgentFormList
LEFT JOIN AgentForm on 
AgentFormList.AgentFormListID = AgentForm.AgentFormListID 
AND AgentFormList.AgentFormListSID = AgentForm.AgentFormListSID
AND AgentForm.AssetID = @AssetID AND AgentForm.AssetSID = @AssetSID 
LEFT JOIN AgentFormOverride afo on
AgentFormList.AgentFormListID = afo.AgentFormListID
LEFT JOIN vDocument Document ON 
AgentForm.DocumentID = Document.DocumentID 
AND AgentForm.DocumentSID = Document.DocumentSID
WHERE ColistFlag <> @ExcludeValue
AND (FormTypeID <> @DocExpReim OR (FormTypeID = @DocExpReim AND @Abbr NOT IN ('LIT','SXN')))
INSERT INTO @tblForms
SELECT
	AgentFormListID,
	AgentFormListSID,
	FormTypeID,
	Sequence,
	FormName,
	AcceptanceReqd,
	DuplicatesAllowed,
	ExternalLink,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	TaskCode,
	1,
	ShowForm
FROM @tblForms t
	WHERE
	t.DuplicatesAllowed = 1 AND NOT EXISTS 
		(SELECT * FROM @tblForms WHERE Sequence = t.Sequence AND DocumentID IS NULL)

AND t.ShowForm <> 0
		


SELECT * FROM @tblForms 
order by sequence

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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
How about this change to the first query.  Note you're checking the ShowForm field of AgentFormOverride this time.  Whether you should be checking for "<> 0" or " =1" I can't say, but this is probably the better syntax.  Leave the second query as it was originally.

...
WHERE ColistFlag <> @ExcludeValue
AND (FormTypeID <> @DocExpReim OR (FormTypeID = @DocExpReim AND @Abbr NOT IN ('LIT','SXN')))
AND afo.ShowForm <> 0
...
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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
Now no rows return.  Did I do it correctly?

USE [PP]
GO
/****** Object:  StoredProcedure [dbo].[AgentFormList_Get]    Script Date: 12/31/2012 12:54:23 ******/
SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO

ALTER Procedure [dbo].[AgentFormList_Get]

@AssetID int,
@AssetSID int

AS
/*
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Name:         AgentFormList_Get
Date:         
Purpose:      Returns list of active forms for specified asset
Requested by: Madhav
Author:       Paul Peterson


History
Date              Modified by         Requested by      Modification/Description
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
11-30-2010				Paul								Kade							Don't return Reimbursement Policy for Saxon & Litton

3/3/2011					Bethb								Madhav						A part of the Document and Image Archive Process, changed proc to look at vDocument

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
*/

DECLARE @Colist bit,
@ExcludeValue int,
@DocExpReim int,
@Abbr varchar(10)

SELECT @Colist = dbo.ColistRequired(@AssetID, @AssetSID)
SELECT @ExcludeValue = CASE WHEN @Colist = 1 THEN 2 ELSE 1 END
SELECT @DocExpReim = dbo.GetLookupID('DocExpReim')

SELECT @Abbr = RTRIM(Merchant.Abbr)
FROM Asset
INNER JOIN Pool ON Asset.PoolID = Pool.PoolID AND Asset.PoolSID = Pool.PoolSID
INNER JOIN Merchant on Pool.MerchantID = Merchant.MerchantID AND Pool.MerchantSID = Merchant.MerchantSID
WHERE Asset.AssetID = @AssetID AND Asset.AssetSID = @AssetSID

DECLARE @tblForms table (
AgentFormListID int,
AgentFormListSID int,
FormTypeID int,
Sequence int,
FormName varchar(50),
AcceptanceReqd bit,
DuplicatesAllowed bit,
ExternalLink varchar(50),
CreateDt datetime,
ActionDate datetime,
AcceptDecline int,
AcceptedBy varchar(50),
DocumentID int,
DocumentSID int,
AssetTaskID int,
AssetTaskSID int,
AgentFormID int,
AgentFormSID int,
TaskCode varchar(50),
Active bit,
ShowForm bit
)

INSERT INTO @tblForms
SELECT AgentFormList.AgentFormListID, AgentFormList.AgentFormListSID,
FormTypeID, Sequence, FormName, AcceptanceReqd, DuplicatesAllowed, ExternalLink,
CreateDt, ActionDate, AcceptDecline, dbo.getUserName(AgentForm.AcceptUserID,AgentForm.AcceptUserSID) AS AcceptedBy, Document.DocumentID, Document.DocumentSID, AssetTaskID, AssetTaskSID, 
AgentForm.AgentFormID, AgentForm.AgentFormSID, TaskCode, AgentForm.Active, afo.ShowForm

FROM AgentFormList
LEFT JOIN AgentForm on 
AgentFormList.AgentFormListID = AgentForm.AgentFormListID 
AND AgentFormList.AgentFormListSID = AgentForm.AgentFormListSID
AND AgentForm.AssetID = @AssetID AND AgentForm.AssetSID = @AssetSID 
LEFT JOIN AgentFormOverride afo on
AgentFormList.AgentFormListID = afo.AgentFormListID
LEFT JOIN vDocument Document ON 
AgentForm.DocumentID = Document.DocumentID 
AND AgentForm.DocumentSID = Document.DocumentSID
WHERE ColistFlag <> @ExcludeValue
AND (FormTypeID <> @DocExpReim OR (FormTypeID = @DocExpReim AND @Abbr NOT IN ('LIT','SXN')))
AND afo.ShowForm <> 0


SELECT * FROM @tblForms 
order by sequence

INSERT INTO @tblForms
SELECT
	AgentFormListID,
	AgentFormListSID,
	FormTypeID,
	Sequence,
	FormName,
	AcceptanceReqd,
	DuplicatesAllowed,
	ExternalLink,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	TaskCode,
	1,
	ShowForm
FROM @tblForms t
	WHERE
	t.DuplicatesAllowed = 1 AND NOT EXISTS 
		(SELECT * FROM @tblForms WHERE Sequence = t.Sequence AND DocumentID IS NULL)
		


SELECT * FROM @tblForms 
order by sequence

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Screenshot of what was returned in Management Studio query window:


no rows return
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
It looks as if you did what I asked.  What if you try the corollary:

...
WHERE ColistFlag <> @ExcludeValue
AND (FormTypeID <> @DocExpReim OR (FormTypeID = @DocExpReim AND @Abbr NOT IN ('LIT','SXN')))
AND afo.ShowForm = 1
...
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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
Same result.  It's as if the WHERE clause addition is being ignored.

I checked AgentFormOverride table and it has ONE entry and ShowForm is set to 0  (zero).  I was beginning to wonder if the row had been deleted!  But no, it's still there:

agent form override
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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
I just want to mention that if I REMOVE the WHERE clause restriction, the row shows up (the bottom row)

Here is a screenshot:

removed where





Here is the T-SQL that generates the screen above:

USE [PP]
GO
/****** Object:  StoredProcedure [dbo].[TomTest]    Script Date: 01/02/2013 11:14:29 ******/
SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO


ALTER Procedure [dbo].[TomTest]

@AssetID int,
@AssetSID int

AS
/*
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Name:         AgentFormList_Get
Date:         
Purpose:      Returns list of active forms for specified asset
Requested by: Madhav
Author:       Paul Peterson


History
Date              Modified by         Requested by      Modification/Description
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
11-30-2010				Paul								Kade							Don't return Reimbursement Policy for Saxon & Litton

3/3/2011					Bethb								Madhav						A part of the Document and Image Archive Process, changed proc to look at vDocument

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
*/

DECLARE @Colist bit,
@ExcludeValue int,
@DocExpReim int,
@Abbr varchar(10)

SELECT @Colist = dbo.ColistRequired(@AssetID, @AssetSID)
SELECT @ExcludeValue = CASE WHEN @Colist = 1 THEN 2 ELSE 1 END
SELECT @DocExpReim = dbo.GetLookupID('DocExpReim')

SELECT @Abbr = RTRIM(Merchant.Abbr)
FROM Asset
INNER JOIN Pool ON Asset.PoolID = Pool.PoolID AND Asset.PoolSID = Pool.PoolSID
INNER JOIN Merchant on Pool.MerchantID = Merchant.MerchantID AND Pool.MerchantSID = Merchant.MerchantSID
WHERE Asset.AssetID = @AssetID AND Asset.AssetSID = @AssetSID

DECLARE @tblForms table (
AgentFormListID int,
AgentFormListSID int,
FormTypeID int,
Sequence int,
FormName varchar(50),
AcceptanceReqd bit,
DuplicatesAllowed bit,
ExternalLink varchar(50),
CreateDt datetime,
ActionDate datetime,
AcceptDecline int,
AcceptedBy varchar(50),
DocumentID int,
DocumentSID int,
AssetTaskID int,
AssetTaskSID int,
AgentFormID int,
AgentFormSID int,
TaskCode varchar(50),
Active bit,
ShowForm bit
)

INSERT INTO @tblForms
SELECT AgentFormList.AgentFormListID, AgentFormList.AgentFormListSID,
FormTypeID, Sequence, FormName, AcceptanceReqd, DuplicatesAllowed, ExternalLink,
CreateDt, ActionDate, AcceptDecline, dbo.getUserName(AgentForm.AcceptUserID,AgentForm.AcceptUserSID) AS AcceptedBy, Document.DocumentID, Document.DocumentSID, AssetTaskID, AssetTaskSID, 
AgentForm.AgentFormID, AgentForm.AgentFormSID, TaskCode, AgentForm.Active, afo.ShowForm

FROM AgentFormList
LEFT JOIN AgentForm on 
AgentFormList.AgentFormListID = AgentForm.AgentFormListID 
AND AgentFormList.AgentFormListSID = AgentForm.AgentFormListSID
AND AgentForm.AssetID = @AssetID AND AgentForm.AssetSID = @AssetSID 
LEFT JOIN AgentFormOverride afo on
AgentFormList.AgentFormListID = afo.AgentFormListID
LEFT JOIN vDocument Document ON 
AgentForm.DocumentID = Document.DocumentID 
AND AgentForm.DocumentSID = Document.DocumentSID
WHERE ColistFlag <> @ExcludeValue
AND (FormTypeID <> @DocExpReim OR (FormTypeID = @DocExpReim AND @Abbr NOT IN ('LIT','SXN')))


SELECT * FROM @tblForms 
order by sequence

INSERT INTO @tblForms
SELECT
	AgentFormListID,
	AgentFormListSID,
	FormTypeID,
	Sequence,
	FormName,
	AcceptanceReqd,
	DuplicatesAllowed,
	ExternalLink,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	Null,
	TaskCode,
	1,
	ShowForm
FROM @tblForms t
	WHERE
	t.DuplicatesAllowed = 1 AND NOT EXISTS 
		(SELECT * FROM @tblForms WHERE Sequence = t.Sequence AND DocumentID IS NULL)
		


SELECT * FROM @tblForms 
order by sequence

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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
We ended-up going in another direction.

I think this troubleshooting was useful for others.
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
Thank you for the points.  Sorry I couldn't be of any help.
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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
No worries.

You did great.
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