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how to run a query in Store procedure from a table passed by parameter?

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Hello guys

I have a store procedure with a parameter that I will pass a table,

how can I run this table in store procedure that I passed by parameter.

example


exect run_table "nome_table"

inside the store procedure

select * from @table

but this way it doesn't work, I think it must be a string of script

how do that?

thanks
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Question by:hidrau
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by:Jared_S
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Can you create your variable table within your stored procedure, or create your table as a temp table instead and just reference it directly in your sp?
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Ioannis Paraskevopoulos earned 250 total points
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Hi,

Inside the stored procedure instead of

select * from @table

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write
EXEC('SELECT * FROM ' + @table)

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Giannis
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by:lcohan
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inside the store procedure

select * from @table

but this way it doesn't work,
>>


--with @tables like with variables - try run just:

SELECT @table;

--instead...
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by:Lowfatspread
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if you want to pass a table name to a  stored procedure and then have the procedure
run query against that table then you basically need to use dynamic sql in the query...

however it is a security issue to have such a generalised stored procedure , and normally as a solution is strongly not recommended.

declare @sql varchar(1000)

set @sql='Select * from '+@table_name_parameter

exec(@sql)

would be one way to achieve it
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thanks
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