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Posted on 2014-03-18
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Hi

I'm getting the following error:

Failed to retreive data from the database.
There is already an object named #userbgs in the database


declare 
@p_year int,
@p_business_segment_id varchar(1000),
@p_user varchar(20)


SET @p_business_segment_id ={?@p_business_segment_id}
set @p_year ={?@p_year}
set @p_business_segment_id = dbo.ufnParamOrNull(@p_business_segment_id)
SET @p_user='quresf2'


select ba_id, bu_id, bg_id, lob_id, pc_id
into #userbgs
from user_bgs 
where award_year = @p_year and cycle = 12 and [user_name] = @p_user
 and ba_id = (Case When @p_business_segment_id is null Then ba_id Else  @p_business_segment_id  End)
	

SELECT  B_AREA_DESC , B_AREA, B_UNIT_DESC, [EXEC] Executive, RL Reporting_line, MICRO as Micro,MNGR_DESC, eiv.EMPLOYEE_ID, eiv.LAST_NAME, eiv.GIVEN_NAMES, 
[dbo].[fn_getEmployeeIncentivePlansForYear](eiv.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID, eiv.AWARD_YEAR) as CASH_PLAN,	
[dbo].[fn_getEmployeeDeferralPlansForYear](eiv.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID, eiv.AWARD_YEAR) as DEF_PLAN,
EXPAT_COUNTRY, EXPAT_TYPE, PS_START_DT,	
r.NAME AS REGULATOR, rr.NAME AS REGULATOR_RULE,  cs.CUSTOM_DEFERRAL_PCT, rr.DEFERRAL_PCT, cs.EFFECTIVE_DT, cs.COMMENTS as REGULATOR_COMMENTS
                     
FROM         dbo.CODE_STAFF AS cs INNER JOIN
                      dbo.REGULATOR AS r ON cs.REGULATOR_ID = r.REGULATOR_ID INNER JOIN
                      dbo.REGULATORY_RULE AS rr ON cs.REGULATORY_RULE_ID = rr.REGULATORY_RULE_ID inner join 
		EMPLOYEE_INFO_VIEW eiv on eiv.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID=cs.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID and eiv.AWARD_YEAR=@p_year and eiv.CYCLE = 12
		inner join #userbgs ubgs on ubgs.pc_id = eiv.PRODUCT_ID
left join
		( select rh.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID, c.DESCRIPTION as EXPAT_COUNTRY, et.NAME as EXPAT_TYPE, PS_START_DT
			from  (select EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID,  max(PS_START_DT) PS_START_DT1 from
							RESIDENCE_HISTORY rh inner join dbo.EXPAT_TYPE AS et ON rh.EXPAT_TYPE_ID = et.EXPAT_TYPE_ID	
						--where et.NAME not in ('Short-Term','Home')-- and PS_START_DT<'2011-04-01'
						group by EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID
				)rhm 
			inner join RESIDENCE_HISTORY rh on rhm.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID= rh.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID and PS_START_DT=PS_START_DT1 
			inner join dbo.EXPAT_TYPE AS et ON rh.EXPAT_TYPE_ID = et.EXPAT_TYPE_ID	
			inner join dbo.COUNTRY c on c.COUNTRY_ID = rh.COUNTRY_ID
			
		)rh on eiv.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID= rh.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID

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by:Shaun Kline
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Are you getting this error when you first run the query or the second time?

You have a SELECT ... INTO clause on lines 13-14 that is creating a temporary table.
If you do not close the query window, the temporary table will stay in memory.

You need to do a DROP Table #userbgs prior to re-running the query.
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Jim Horn earned 500 total points
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>select ba_id, bu_id, bg_id, lob_id, pc_id into #userbgs
The above line creates the table, so if it already exists it will throw an error.

If your intention is to have this statement create a new table, add this block before.
IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#userbgs') IS NOT NULL
   DROP TABLE #userbgs

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by:FAH_
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Does the tempdb is the current db i am logged into ?
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by:FAH_
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I'm dropping the table at the end is that ok

declare
@p_year int,
@p_business_segment_id varchar(1000),
@p_user varchar(20)

set @p_user ={?@p_user}
SET @p_business_segment_id ={?@p_business_segment_id}
set @p_year ={?@p_year}
set @p_business_segment_id = dbo.ufnParamOrNull(@p_business_segment_id)



select ba_id, bu_id, bg_id, lob_id, pc_id
into #userbgs
from user_bgs
where award_year = @p_year and cycle = 12 and [user_name] = @p_user
 and ba_id = (Case When @p_business_segment_id is null Then ba_id Else  @p_business_segment_id  End)
      

SELECT  B_AREA_DESC , B_AREA, B_UNIT_DESC, [EXEC] Executive, RL Reporting_line, MICRO as Micro,MNGR_DESC, eiv.EMPLOYEE_ID, eiv.LAST_NAME, eiv.GIVEN_NAMES,
[dbo].[fn_getEmployeeIncentivePlansForYear](eiv.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID, eiv.AWARD_YEAR) as CASH_PLAN,      
[dbo].[fn_getEmployeeDeferralPlansForYear](eiv.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID, eiv.AWARD_YEAR) as DEF_PLAN,
EXPAT_COUNTRY, EXPAT_TYPE, PS_START_DT,      
r.NAME AS REGULATOR, rr.NAME AS REGULATOR_RULE,  cs.CUSTOM_DEFERRAL_PCT, rr.DEFERRAL_PCT, cs.EFFECTIVE_DT, cs.COMMENTS as REGULATOR_COMMENTS
                     
FROM         dbo.CODE_STAFF AS cs INNER JOIN
                      dbo.REGULATOR AS r ON cs.REGULATOR_ID = r.REGULATOR_ID INNER JOIN
                      dbo.REGULATORY_RULE AS rr ON cs.REGULATORY_RULE_ID = rr.REGULATORY_RULE_ID inner join
            EMPLOYEE_INFO_VIEW eiv on eiv.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID=cs.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID and eiv.AWARD_YEAR=@p_year and eiv.CYCLE = 12
            inner join #userbgs ubgs on ubgs.pc_id = eiv.PRODUCT_ID
left join
            ( select rh.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID, c.DESCRIPTION as EXPAT_COUNTRY, et.NAME as EXPAT_TYPE, PS_START_DT
                  from  (select EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID,  max(PS_START_DT) PS_START_DT1 from
                                          RESIDENCE_HISTORY rh inner join dbo.EXPAT_TYPE AS et ON rh.EXPAT_TYPE_ID = et.EXPAT_TYPE_ID      
                                    --where et.NAME not in ('Short-Term','Home')-- and PS_START_DT<'2011-04-01'
                                    group by EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID
                        )rhm
                  inner join RESIDENCE_HISTORY rh on rhm.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID= rh.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID and PS_START_DT=PS_START_DT1
                  inner join dbo.EXPAT_TYPE AS et ON rh.EXPAT_TYPE_ID = et.EXPAT_TYPE_ID      
                  inner join dbo.COUNTRY c on c.COUNTRY_ID = rh.COUNTRY_ID
                  
            )rh on eiv.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID= rh.EMPLOYEE_PROFILE_ID

DROP TABLE #userbgs
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by:Jim Horn
Jim Horn earned 500 total points
ID: 39937025
>Does the tempdb is the current db i am logged into ?
No.  All temp tables ( # ) are stored in tempdb, and since you're in a different database, you need to prefix the DROP with tempdb..

>I'm dropping the table at the end is that ok
Fine, but you still need the block at the beginning of your code, as your initial problem is that the table exists when code is executed to create it, and having the DROP after that line does not solve the problem.
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by:Jim Horn
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Thanks for the grade.  Good luck with your project.  -Jim
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by:FAH_
ID: 39937138
Hi Jim

Could you look into another question of mine....

How would you concatenate a parameter value with a string

" ' " + @p_user+ " ' "
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