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Dear all,
Need to design a SP to collect all words in a nvarchar(max) field and add it to "Keywords" Table if not exist otherwise increase the count field +1.

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sql 2008
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by:Koen Van Wielink
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Can there be more than 1 keyword in the nvarchar(max) field for a single row of data? If so, how are the keywords separated?
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Surendra Nath earned 500 total points
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first you have to create a split function to get this done

You can know how this function works from here http://everysolution.wordpress.com/2011/07/28/udf-to-split-a-delimited-string-and-return-it-as-a-table/
I am copying the code for your reference

split function
drop function  dbo.Split
GO
CREATE FUNCTION dbo.Split
(
 @RowData nvarchar(MAX),
 @SplitOn nvarchar(5)
)
RETURNS @RtnValue table
(
 Id int identity(1,1),
 Data nvarchar(100)
)
AS
BEGIN
 Declare @Cnt int
 Set @Cnt = 1
 DECLARE @index INT
 SET @index = Charindex(@SplitOn,@RowData)
 While (@index>0)
 Begin
 Insert Into @RtnValue (data)
  Select
 Data = ltrim(rtrim(Substring(@RowData,1,@index-1)))
 
 Set @RowData = Substring(@RowData,@index+1,len(@RowData))
 Set @Cnt = @Cnt + 1
 SET @index = Charindex(@SplitOn,@RowData)
 End
 
 Insert Into @RtnValue (data)
 Select Data = ltrim(rtrim(@RowData))
 
 Return
END

GO

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Then you can apply the below logic for getting the things done

declare @KeyWords table
(
    word    VARCHAR(1000)
    ,Count  BIGINT
)

declare @input  nVARCHAR(max)
SET @input = 'A quick brown fox jumped over the hedge of your computer in a bussiness rather quick fashion'

select * FROM dbo.split(@input,' ')

;WITH C AS
(
    SELECT COUNT(1) CC,Data FROM dbo.split(@input,' ')
    GROUP BY DATA
)
UPDATE  K
SET     [count] = [count] + CC
FROM    @KeyWords K
JOIN    C
ON      K.word = C.data

;WITH C AS
(
    SELECT COUNT(1) CC,Data FROM dbo.split(@input,' ')
    GROUP BY DATA
)
INSERT INTO @KeyWords
SELECT DATA,CC FROM C
WHERE NOT EXISTS ( SELECT 1 FROM @KeyWords K WHERE K.word = C.data)

SELECT * FROM @KeyWords 

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ok, great , I will try it and come back to you
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