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Append tables to create unique dataset

I have a stored procedure that includes the TWO select statements shown below, I need to append the data into a single temporary table, removing all duplicates (the unique key is email) HELP how can I do this? I've tried creating a temporary table and using "select into" BUT creates an error in the stored procedure temporary table already exists .


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		SELECT DISTINCT dbo.Userinfo.id, dbo.Userinfo.Email, dbo.Userinfo.fname, dbo.Userinfo.lname, dbo.Userinfo.status, dbo.Userinfo.parentid, dbo.Userinfo.usertype 
FROM            dbo.Userinfo LEFT OUTER JOIN
                         dbo.groupInfo ON dbo.Userinfo.ClubId = dbo.groupInfo.clubid AND dbo.Userinfo.id = dbo.groupInfo.userinfo_id LEFT OUTER JOIN
                         dbo.TeamMembers ON dbo.Userinfo.id = dbo.TeamMembers.userinfo_id LEFT OUTER JOIN
                         dbo.UserInfo_Static_Roles ON dbo.Userinfo.id = dbo.UserInfo_Static_Roles.userinfo_Id
		WHERE      
		dbo.Userinfo.status <> 3 and (dbo.TeamMembers.status is null or dbo.TeamMembers.status <> 3 ) and 
		(dbo.Userinfo.ClubId = @clubid) AND (@roles IS NULL OR dbo.UserInfo_Static_Roles.Static_Roles_id in (select VALUE from dbo.SPLIT( @roles)) )
		AND (@status IS NULL OR dbo.Userinfo.status = @status) 
		AND (@teamid IS NULL OR dbo.TeamMembers.Teamid = @teamid) 
		AND (@Groupid is NULL OR dbo.groupinfo.groupid = @Groupid)
		AND (@name is NULL OR dbo.Userinfo.lname LIKE @name OR dbo.Userinfo.fname LIKE @name OR dbo.Userinfo.Email LIKE @name)
		ORDER BY dbo.Userinfo.lname, dbo.Userinfo.fname


		SELECT DISTINCT dbo.Userinfo.id, dbo.Userinfo.Email, dbo.Userinfo.fname, dbo.Userinfo.lname, dbo.Userinfo.status, dbo.Userinfo.parentid, dbo.Userinfo.usertype
FROM            dbo.Userinfo INNER JOIN
                         dbo.LnkParent_ChildIDs ON dbo.Userinfo.id = dbo.LnkParent_ChildIDs.ParentUserinfoId INNER JOIN
                         dbo.TeamMembers ON dbo.LnkParent_ChildIDs.ChildUserinfoId = dbo.TeamMembers.userinfo_id LEFT OUTER JOIN
                         dbo.groupInfo ON dbo.Userinfo.ClubId = dbo.groupInfo.clubid AND dbo.Userinfo.id = dbo.groupInfo.userinfo_id LEFT OUTER JOIN
                         dbo.UserInfo_Static_Roles ON dbo.Userinfo.id = dbo.UserInfo_Static_Roles.userinfo_Id
		WHERE      
		dbo.Userinfo.status <> 3 and (dbo.TeamMembers.status is null or dbo.TeamMembers.status <> 3 ) and 
		(dbo.Userinfo.ClubId = @CLUBID) 
		AND (@roles IS NULL OR dbo.UserInfo_Static_Roles.Static_Roles_id in (select VALUE from dbo.SPLIT( @roles)) )
		AND (@status IS NULL OR dbo.Userinfo.status = @status) 
		AND (@teamid IS NULL OR dbo.TeamMembers.Teamid = @teamid) 
		AND (@Groupid is NULL OR dbo.groupinfo.groupid = @Groupid)
		AND (@name is NULL OR dbo.Userinfo.lname LIKE @name OR dbo.Userinfo.fname LIKE @name OR dbo.Userinfo.Email LIKE @name)
		ORDER BY dbo.Userinfo.lname, dbo.Userinfo.fname

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Thanks, That's seems to almost work. The id column is the primary key so I have replaced the U.Email with U.Id and that returns the correct records without any duplicates.


I'm trying to understand how this works so where would be a good place to read up on this?


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