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Hello,

I need some idea where I need to append a stored procedure with some select statements everytime I get a new request and once I add the procedure should have all the ones I added till now, those are all select statements with unions etc

I can describe in detail but am trying luck just like this as of now
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by:Sharath
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Can you explain your question in detail? May be you can explain with some examples.
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE earned 500 total points
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Like calling your procedure with a select statement that gets stored in a table for that procedure and where the procedure is calling a 'join' of each stored select statement?

in pseudo code:

yourProc ('some select statement')
begin
  if supplied statement not in table with select statements
    insert supplied statement into table
    concatenate select statement(s) from table into sql statement
    execute sql statement
end;
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by:MikeOM_DBA
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Your requirements are not clear:

I need some idea where I need to append a stored procedure with some select statements
-- Append where? from where? to what?
...everytime I get a new request
-- From what source? what request?
and once I add the procedure should have all the ones I added till now, those are all select statements with unions etc
-- What does this mean?

You need to post examples of source and expected results, etc...
:p
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by:welcome 123
ID: 39239014
I aplozise for the delay let me ask a part of my issue:

I have a stored procedure which has a set of sql statements and every time I get new data I add some extra sql statements to that procedure and run and replace some values in those insert statements and now I have to automate the entire process so in this context should I add a table and have all values stored there and have a unix script to read and pass values to the stored procedure ? or is there a better way to do in informatica?
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by:MikeOM_DBA
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If you have the money to license Informatica -- go for it!
Otherwise you could put the new data in a text file and load using SQL*Loader or External table.
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by:welcome 123
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how will you do it in informatica?
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by:MikeOM_DBA
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You have not responded to my questions:
1) How/from where do you "get new data".
2) What is that you "add some extra sql statements to that procedure" What does this mean?
3) What does "run and replace some values in those insert statements"?

If you have Informatica license, you would know what to do -- why do you ask?

This whole process could be summarized as follows:

1.- You have (need) a source for the data in an "electronic" format (spreadsheet, text file, another database, etc...

2.- You create the data mapping and transformations from source to target

3.- You set the sequence of tasks

4.- You schedule the job

;)
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by:magento
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You can use HERE DOC

isql -Uuser -Ppass -Hserver << EOF

**sql here

EOF

BR,

Magento
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by:Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE
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@magento - Your suggestion does not match the question that is asked here...
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by:magento
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Gerwinjansen,

Apologies, in that case .

BR,

Magento.
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