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Stored proc not getting created because temp table already exists.

Posted on 2013-10-25
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Using Sql Server 2012

I am using the following code where ever I am creating a temp table #wt3 in my stored proc code. But when I hit execute to create this SP I get the error mentioned below, at the second instance of creating this temp table:

IF (OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#wt3')) IS NOT NULL
			DROP TABLE #wt3	
SET ANSI_WARNINGS OFF
 SELECT TOP 0 * INTO #wt3 FROM db_template.dbo.DimTime

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Error:
Msg 2714, Level 16, State 1, Procedure rollup_scores, Line 1463
There is already an object named '#wt3' in the database.

What am I missing?

Thank you.
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Hmm... works on my SQL 2012 box every time.  Just for kicks and giggles, remove the extra parentheses marks, and add the begin and end, and see if that makes a difference.
IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#wt3') IS NOT NULL
   begin
   DROP TABLE #wt3	
   end

CREATE TABLE #wt3 (id int) 
INSERT INTO #wt3 (id) VALUES (7)
SELECT * FROM #wt3

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Any chance this error is occuring somewhere else (Line 1463 is a long ways down)?
Show us the entire SQL code.

Also, I wonder if there is a SET statement somewhere that controls this behavior.
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It wasn't working with Create SP, but worked with Alter sP.
What I did was named my temp table as #wt3_p while i was creating the SP.
Then went back in and removed the _p, so now I am doing an Atler SP with temp table named as #wt3 and it worked.

I guess there is some bug in create SP.
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more research.
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