Then the large amount of data in your datatable can be copied to your destination table using a Bulk Copy. IdTran, 'test' from signal s inner join vefify v on s. I needed to do a similar thing, importing contacts from Exchange and having to run a insertContact sp for each contact the sp was already written and is quite complex. Trigger is not a choice for us because it will further slow down things. Send me notifications when members answer or reply to this question.
But for me it is extra overhead to manage Service Queue for just calling Procedure. Value Type the value for the parameter when calling the procedure. Once you get the hang of them, cursors are easy, but they do require a structured approach in their supporting code that isn't always intuitive. Superficially, it would appear to be a good fit for your requirements. IdTran, 'test' from signal s inner join vefify v on s. What are you trying to do? Therefore, always use the exact case of system procedure names in procedure calls.
Thank you for your help. Calling a Stored Procedure for each row of a query Author Topic mtl777 Yak Posting Veteran 63 Posts Posted - 2012-10-26 : 20:15:35 Is there any way to call a stored procedure for each row of a query result set? But for me it is extra overhead to manage Service Queue for just calling Procedure. You got bad advice, it works but it's example of how things should not be done. I have a stored produre. And you have set this up for 200 tables? Any better idea would be highly appreciated. Hello Everyone, I have a situation where I need to call a stored procedure once per each row of table with some of the columns of each row was its parameters. Output Parameter Indicates if this is an output parameter.
Main Stored Procedure: This will be called once per each row of some table. This example shows how to execute a stored procedure that expects one parameter. Please advice me for better solution. Most of the cases could be covered with set based operations. Let's say you'd like to use the data of each row as the parameters for a stored procedure to be called.
How long do you have and how often will you need to do such a thing? I'm trying to help you. Simple loops in general are slower than cursors as they have to execute select query in every loop, although there are cases where loop is more efficient. Here are my simulated procs. Inserts and updates based on those queries will be guaranteed more efficient than ones based on usage of temporary table, cursors or loops. It's finding a one row set at a time.
It can change depending on the actual work required! I was just wondering -- in case I needed to do something like it in the future. Please advice me for better solution. When you come back to it, you won't have to try to remember where you were at with the problem. Then parse out list to temporary table to insert employee ids. From what I can gather, there is no need for a cursor.
I have a database with 'books' short stories for children and it would be extremely informative to have word counts of each word in the books. Or, if the nonqualified procedure name appears inside the body of another procedure definition, the schema that contains this other procedure is searched next. This does not sound like a restriction. Setting up procedures to execute automatically can be useful for performing database maintenance operations or for having procedures run continuously as background processes. Does that also mean that you have 200 separate 'audit tables'? I would like to execute a stored procedure and have its results sent to a temp table so that I could do further actions on those results. Create a second procedure that uses two nested cursors.
No need to become sarcastic. I have around 200 tables and we have insert in each table with in each seconds. So I took what James said. You could do it using the. This example shows how to use to stop a procedure from executing automatically. Trigger is not a choice for us because it will further slow down things. The table-valued function may return any number of rows.