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SQL exexute store procedure with results of a query.

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Hi,

How can I execute a store procedure with the results of a sql query. Here is my attempt that I only got half way with.

In the example below I want to take the AssigmentID and execute each value returned to call a stored procedure.

In this example the ids that would return from the first select are:

id
16777359
16777357
16777361
16777358
16777360

Thanks,

ward.


declare @test table (id int);

insert into @test select AssignmentID from CI_CIAssignments

select * from @test

exec spUpdateAppDeploymentSummaryByCollection @AssignmentID = 16777359
exec spUpdateAppDeploymentSummaryByCollection @AssignmentID = 16777357
exec spUpdateAppDeploymentSummaryByCollection @AssignmentID = 16777361
exec spUpdateAppDeploymentSummaryByCollection @AssignmentID = 16777358
exec spUpdateAppDeploymentSummaryByCollection @AssignmentID = 16777360

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by:Ryan Chong
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you need to open a cursor.

for examples:

check the syntax at the section: Why Not Just Use a Cursor?
https://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/1414/run-same-command-on-all-sql-server-databases-without-cursors/

Using Cursor in SQL Server Stored Procedure with example
http://www.aspsnippets.com/Articles/Using-Cursor-in-SQL-Server-Stored-Procedure-with-example.aspx
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by:Vitor Montalvão
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Can you change the spUpdateAppDeploymentSummaryByCollection to receive a table instead of a value? That way you can send all values one time only so it will perform it all in one single step.

You can also post here the code of that Stored Procedure so we can find an alternative way to do this.
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Valliappan AN earned 250 total points
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you could do something like this:

SELECT Identity(INT, 1,1) AS serial, AssignmentID INTO #temp FROM CI_CIAssignments

DECLARE @maxserial INT, @serial INT, @Id INT

SELECT @maxserial=MAX(serial) FROM #test     --start with the highest primary key serial

SET @serial = 1

WHILE @serial > @maxserial                          --loop until no more records
BEGIN   
   SELECT @id = id FROM #temp WHERE serial = @serial 
   
   EXEC spUpdateAppDeploymentSummaryByCollection @AssignmentID = @id
   
   SET @serial = @serial + 1
END

DROP TABLE #temp
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