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Sql query to print

Posted on 2016-08-17
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Hello,
How can I make a parameterised query to save in another table.
Example
I have a stored procedure
Select * from table where column1  = @column1

Insert into table2 values ( the above select query)

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by:Sharath
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If both table1 and table2 have same column names, you can try like this.
Insert into table2 Select * from table1 where column1  = @column1

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If not, explicitly mention the column names.
Insert into table2(col1,col2) Select col1,col2 from table1 where column1  = @column1

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by:RIAS
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Hello Sharath,

Thanks for your suggestion.But, I need to copy the query in table2 and not execute it .

table2 has column sqlquery in that the query executed has to be copied same as what the print does

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Sharath earned 500 total points
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If I understand correctly, in table2, you have a column called sqlquery which has a query. you want to execute that and load the data into table1.  If my assumption is correct, you can do something like this.
declare @column1 int -- change this datatype as per your column datatype
declare @sqlquery nvarchar(max)
select @column1 = 10 -- change this to your need
select @sqlquery = sqlquery from table2 where column1 =@column1
select @sqlquery = 'insert into table1 ' + @sqlquery
exec(@sqlquery)

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