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Need help understanding a query

I need help understanding this query. Is the query inserting records into the table CORE_ADMN_PSUS_PR_STE_USERS ???

Also, isn't there are bug at line 2.????, because this would basically delete the data that was selected into the temp table at line 2?



1.  SELECT * INTO #TEMP_PR FROM STAGING_BLLD_USER_DETAILS

2.  DELETE T FROM #TEMP_PR T
3.  INNER JOIN CORE_ADMN_PSUS_PR_STE_USERS S
4.  ON T.SECA_ASSOC_NUM = S.SECA_ASSOC_NUM
5.  AND T.PSUS_USER_ID = S.PSUS_USER_ID

6.  INSERT INTO (
7.  SECA_ASSOC_NUM,
8.  PSUS_USER_ID,CORE_ADMN_PSUS_PR_STE_USERS
9.  PSUS_EFF_DATE,
10. PSUS_END_DATE,
11. PSUS_ACTIVE
12.              )

13. SELECT
14. SECA_ASSOC_NUM,
15. PSUS_USER_ID,
16. PSUS_EFF_DATE,
17. PSUS_END_DATE,
18. PSUS_ACTIVE

19. FROM
20. #TEMP_PR

21. WHERE PSUS_USER_ID NOT IN (
22. SELECT FUUP_USUS_ID_OLD
23. FROM CORE_FCTS_FUUP_UPD_USUS_ID
                                  )
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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
you are missing the destination table name on line 6

INSERT INTOCORE_ADMN_PSUS_PR_STE_USERS   (
  SECA_ASSOC_NUM,
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PortletPaulfreelancerCommented:
This has been subject to a previous question where I stated it needed more input from you. The SQL snippet above has syntax errors and isn't a working query, so trying to describe what it currently does isn't very fruitful.

It seems there is a missing table reference, and when that is fixed (see line 12) it looks like this:
SELECT
      *
INTO #TEMP_PR
FROM STAGING_BLLD_USER_DETAILS

DELETE T
      FROM #TEMP_PR T
      INNER JOIN CORE_ADMN_PSUS_PR_STE_USERS S
            ON T.SECA_ASSOC_NUM = S.SECA_ASSOC_NUM
            AND T.PSUS_USER_ID = S.PSUS_USER_ID

INSERT INTO some_table_missing_here
      SELECT
            SECA_ASSOC_NUM
          , PSUS_USER_ID
          , PSUS_EFF_DATE
          , PSUS_END_DATE
          , PSUS_ACTIVE

      FROM #TEMP_PR

      WHERE PSUS_USER_ID NOT IN (
                  SELECT
                        FUUP_USUS_ID_OLD
                  FROM CORE_FCTS_FUUP_UPD_USUS_ID
            )

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What is the correct table on line 12? What were you expecting of this query?
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brgdotnetcontractorAuthor Commented:
Hi, thanks Experts. No Paul, the question is very different. I am looking at an entirely different block of code, here and the subject of the bug is the insert which is missing the table name. You have helped me before, and I am so very grateful sir. Seriously though, this was something slightly different.

Thanks Aneesh.
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