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There are 3 Tables
I just want to know How to data enter Dependable table

01. Supplier Table (Primary key v_s_code)
02. Product table (Primary key v_P_code)
03. Supplier_Product table ( Dependable table and Foreign keys v_s_code(Supplier Table),v_P_code(Product table))



I wrote following Stored Procedure for insert data


ALTER procedure [dbo].[addSuppliers]
@v_s_code	nvarchar(50),
@v_Supplier_Company	nvarchar(100),
@v_S_Address1	nvarchar(100)	,
@v_S_Address2	nvarchar(100)	,

@v_S_City	nvarchar(50)	,

@v_S_Country	nvarchar(50)	,

@v_S_Telephone	nvarchar(100)	,
@v_S_Email	nvarchar(100)	,
@v_s_Description	nvarchar(MAX),	
@v_P_code nvarchar(50),

@Results int OUTPUT 
AS
BEGIN
DECLARE @EnterDate DATETIME
DECLARE @c_P_Active CHAR(1)
SET @c_P_Active='Y'
SET @EnterDate=GETDATE()


SELECT @Results=(CASE WHEN COUNT(v_s_code)=1 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END )  from  Supplier where v_s_code=@v_s_code

if @Results=0
BEGIN
INSERT INTO Supplier (v_s_code,v_Supplier_Company,v_S_Address1,v_S_Address2,v_S_City,
v_S_Country,v_S_Telephone,v_S_Email,v_s_Description,d_EnterDate,c_P_Active) 
VALUES(@v_s_code,@v_Supplier_Company,@v_S_Address1,@v_S_Address2,@v_S_City,
@v_S_Country,@v_S_Telephone,@v_S_Email,@v_s_Description,@EnterDate,@c_P_Active)

INSERT INTO Products_Supplier(v_s_code,v_P_code)VALUES(@v_s_code,@v_P_code)

END


END;

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I need to proper way to insert records into dependable table.this correct or if not can any one kindly show me what is the best way
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You have to insert record to both product and supplier tables first, then you can insert records into Supplier_Product table.
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yes i already inserted Data to Product Table.

I just want to know What is the best way to Insert data to Dependable table,
any example much appriciate
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by:rajeevnandanmishra
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Hi,

If you are getting all the given information together, then the approach used by you is good. But I suggest that you should be verifying the existence of @v_P_code in [Product Table] in similar way as you are checking in the [Supplier Table].
Once verified, then you should
1. Insert in Supplier Table (if not exists)
2. Insert in Product Table (if not exists)
3. Insert in Supplier_Product Table

I am not sure that what business logic you are following, but if there are possibility of calling the procedure with already entered record in [Supplier_Product] table, then you need to do a check before inserting in this table also.
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by:Jim Horn
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Curiosity overwhelms me .. what's an 'un-Dependable table'?
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good
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