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SQL 2000 - Query Syntax Error

Posted on 2014-01-15
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Hello Experts,

I am getting this error on SQL Server 2000:

CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.AcpReport_HR_CoilProduction
      
AS
BEGIN
      
      SET NOCOUNT ON;
   
      DECLARE @Braze1Shift TABLE(SNo INT NOT NULL IDENTITY(1,1), JobTitle Varchar(255) NOT NULL ,   Name Varchar(255) NOT NULL ,  NUM Varchar(255) NOT NULL  );

      SET IDENTITY_INSERT @Braze1Shift ON;
      
      Insert Into @Braze1Shift(JobTitle,Name,NUM )
      SELECT JobTitle, LastName + ',' + FirstName as 'Name', NUM
      FROM [AIO_Test_Results].[dbo].[EmployeeInfo] Where [Group] = 'PRODUCTION'
      and Dept = 'BRAZE' and TRAIN IS NULL and Jobtitle <> 'LEAD' AND Shift = 1
      Order By LastName

      SET IDENTITY_INSERT @Braze1Shift OFF;

      Select * from @Braze1Shift;
   
   
END
GO



Error:

Msg 170, Level 15, State 1, Procedure AcpReport_HR_CoilProduction, Line 14
Line 14: Incorrect syntax near '@Braze1Shift'.

Msg 170, Level 15, State 1, Procedure AcpReport_HR_CoilProduction, Line 21
Line 21: Incorrect syntax near '@Braze1Shift'.
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Larso76 earned 500 total points
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Change script to

CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.AcpReport_HR_CoilProduction
     
AS
BEGIN
     
      SET NOCOUNT ON;
   
     create TABLE #Braze1shift (SNo INT NOT NULL IDENTITY(1,1), JobTitle Varchar(255) NOT NULL ,   Name Varchar(255) NOT NULL ,  NUM Varchar(255) NOT NULL  );

      SET IDENTITY_INSERT Braze1Shift ON;
     
      Insert Into #Braze1shift(JobTitle,Name,NUM )
      SELECT JobTitle, LastName + ',' + FirstName as 'Name', NUM
      FROM [AIO_Test_Results].[dbo].[EmployeeInfo] Where [Group] = 'PRODUCTION'
      and Dept = 'BRAZE' and TRAIN IS NULL and Jobtitle <> 'LEAD' AND Shift = 1
      Order By LastName

      SET IDENTITY_INSERT #Braze1Shift OFF;

      Select * from #Braze1Shift;
   
   
END
GO
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by:Lee Savidge
ID: 39782468
SQL 2000 doesn't have table variables. You need to use temporary tables as per the previous comment.
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by:mani_sai
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