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I have the below temp table:

CREATE TABLE #transtmp
      (qty numeric(28,3),wmslocationid nvarchar(20),letter char(1),number int,locationavail nvarchar(20),
      boxweight numeric(28,3),boxes numeric(28))
      
INSERT into #transtmp (qty,wmslocationid,letter,number,locationavail,boxweight,boxes)
values
(1940.000,'FLOOR-A-10','A',10,'FLOOR-A-10',1940.000,1),
(5820.000,'FLOOR-B-17','B',17,'FLOOR-B-17',1940.000,3),
(1940.000,'FLOOR-C-7','C',7,'FLOOR-C-7',1940.000,1),
(3880.000,'FLOOR-B-17','B',17,'FLOOR-B-17',1940.000,2)

Current Result:
qty                  wmslocationid   letter  number    location avail      box weight    boxes
1940.000      FLOOR-A-10            A      10                 FLOOR-A-10      1940.000      1
5820.000      FLOOR-B-17            B      17                 FLOOR-B-17      1940.000      3
1940.000      FLOOR-C-7            C      7                 FLOOR-C-7              1940.000      1
3880.000      FLOOR-B-17            B      17                 FLOOR-B-17      1940.000      2

I need help in looping through the result and insert the number of rows from the boxes result.
Expected Result:
qty                  wmslocationid   letter  number    location avail      box weight    boxes   counter
1940.000      FLOOR-A-10            A      10                 FLOOR-A-10      1940.000      1              1
5820.000      FLOOR-B-17            B      17                 FLOOR-B-17      1940.000      3              1
5820.000      FLOOR-B-17            B      17                 FLOOR-B-17      1940.000      3              2
5820.000      FLOOR-B-17            B      17                 FLOOR-B-17      1940.000      3              3
1940.000      FLOOR-C-7            C      7                 FLOOR-C-7              1940.000      1              1
3880.000      FLOOR-B-17            B      17                 FLOOR-B-17      1940.000      2              1
3880.000      FLOOR-B-17            B      17                 FLOOR-B-17      1940.000      2              2
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by:Vitor Montalvão
ID: 40312129
May I ask what's the logic for that?
I mean, what for you need to replicate rows?
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by:Kristie
ID: 40312369
Victor, I am replicating row with different counter so I can use that to block off inventory space in an SSRS report.
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Scott Pletcher earned 500 total points
ID: 40312412
This is a perfect use for a tally / sequential numbers table.

Code below will generate 1M numbers (that can be increased if somehow that's needed), then use that to expand the boxes.

;WITH
cteTally10 AS (
    SELECT 0 AS tally UNION ALL SELECT 1 UNION ALL SELECT 2 UNION ALL SELECT 3 UNION ALL SELECT 4 UNION ALL
    SELECT 5 UNION ALL SELECT 6 UNION ALL SELECT 7 UNION ALL SELECT 8 UNION ALL SELECT 9
),
cteTally100 AS (
    SELECT 1 AS tally
    FROM cteTally10 c1
    CROSS JOIN cteTally10 c2
),
cteTally10K AS (
    SELECT 1 AS tally
    FROM cteTally100 c1
    CROSS JOIN cteTally100 c2
),
cteTally1Mil AS (
    SELECT ROW_NUMBER() OVER(ORDER BY c1.tally) AS tally
    FROM cteTally100 c1
    CROSS JOIN cteTally10K c2
)
SELECT tran.qty, tran.wmslocationid, tran.letter, tran.number, tran.location, tran.avail, tran.[box weight], tran.boxes, t.tally AS counter
FROM #transtmp tran
INNER JOIN cteTally1Mil t ON
    t.tally BETWEEN 1 AND tran.boxes
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by:Kristie
ID: 40312696
Works perfect, Thanks Scott.
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