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Fetch statement skewed

Posted on 2013-06-11
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My code below works, but @id is never changed.


DECLARE @id int
DECLARE @htid VARCHAR(1000)
SET @htid = '71886,71887,71888,71889'
DECLARE htid_cursor CURSOR FOR
SELECT [str] FROM dbo.Parselist(@htid,',')

OPEN htid_cursor;
FETCH NEXT FROM htid_cursor
INTO	@id;


-- Check @@FETCH_STATUS to see if there are any more rows to fetch.
WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
BEGIN
   -- This is executed as long as the previous fetch succeeds.
   INSERT INTO [dbo].[EmailQueue]
        ( [Application] ,
          [FromLine] ,
          [ToLine] ,
          [Subject] ,
          [MessageSource]
        )
	VALUES
        ( 'Test' , -- Application - varchar(255)
          'noreply@nightingalenurses.net' , -- FromLine - varchar(3000)
          'lbrister@nightingalenurses.net' , -- ToLine - varchar(3000)
          'Test Insert' , -- Subject - varchar(max)
          @id
        );	

   FETCH NEXT FROM htid_cursor;
END

CLOSE htid_cursor;
DEALLOCATE htid_cursor;

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You are missing INTO @id in your fetch next before END.
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Oh man...THAT'S embarrassing!
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