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Using Break in a nexted Query

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Hi all
I have a while loop in a nexted query

1: Query do some proccessing.. Control checks
2: If the check is okay.. Get values..
3: Insert values until I have reach the maximum (Since I have break here.. My code stops)
4: clean up isolated transaction and write a report.

How can I continue to step 4, given that I am using the while loop  on step 3.

Thanks in Advance..

Sorry I am not a native speaker  :-)
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by:David Todd
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Hi,

Are steps 1 - 4 in the loop, or just step 3?

Any chance of posting the code - its just that there are a number of different ways to test for the end of loop or continue in loop conditions, and without seeing your code I'm more likely to be wrong than right.

Regards
  David
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ZURINET earned 0 total points
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sorry 
just solved it

 WHILE (@Flag < @counterCheck)
	 BEGIN								 
	
	-- SQL STATEMENT				
	SET @Flag		= @Flag	+ 1
	SET @PositionNr	= @PositionNr + 1								
	END		

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by:David Todd
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Hi,

That's cool that you've solved it!

Regards
  David
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by:ZURINET
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Just solved it
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