Constructing a query at runtime with string concatenation operations and executing the query from that string.

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double date conversion when adding partition

I want to create a procedure that adds new partition in a table partitioned by time. For this purpose I use following commands: s_until := to_char(sysdate+1,' SYYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'); ...
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How to make a flexible service broker receive in a stored sql procedure, how to pass “FROM” parameter into receive

a while ago I asked a question about how to make begin dialog and send more flexible so that it can be embedded in a procedure that takes the to, from, parameters as sysname variables. Service Broker ...
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Generate script to automate renaming of default constraints

Background: Some of our default column constraints were generated without explicit names, so we get fun names that vary from server to server like: DF__User__TimeZoneIn__5C4D869D I would prefer to ...
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Create View in specified database with dynamic sql?

I am writting a dynamic sql to drop and create view in different database. So I wrote: set @CreateViewStatement = ' USE ['+ @DB +']; CREATE VIEW ...
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Inserting into three different tables, using foreign keys — 500000x each

We're working on refactoring many of our offline (python) scripts. I'm very new to any kind of SQL, but have been trying to learn as much as I can, especially in the performance field. We have a ...
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Schema for multiple identical queue tables

I am migrating a message processing application that was built on MSMQ to SQL Server 2012 (preferably Standard Edition). Messages are received and distributed via TCP/IP endpoints and the typical ...
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Why does this cursor produce results in the incorrect order?

I am writing some dynamic SQL to identify and, perhaps if I'm feeling crazy enough, automatically convert my NONCLUSTERED indexes into CLUSTERED indexes. The line ORDER BY 1,2,3 DESC; in the SQL ...
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Bug in PL/pgSQL function creation

I don't know if this question better suits here or in SO ... This is a script that I'd like to launch (the code of the function was copied from a question on SO): \c mydb create or replace function ...
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Selecting just one table from Oracle view [closed]

I am creating a view to ease my manual selecting because I only want to fetch data from DB where it is meeting certain criteria which are present in several tables, so it is containing a lot of joins. ...
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Why you want to avoid Dynamic SQL in stored procedure?

I have heard one said you do not want to use Dynamic SQL. Can you give some concrete example or real-life example? Personally, I code it a few times in my database. I think it is OK because it's ...
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sp_execute expects parameter '@handle' of type 'int'

I'm trying to check in a stored procedure if a table exists in my destination database. If it does not then I will create the table useing the information_schema tables from the source database. ...
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sp_ExecuteSQL, performance and table variables

Is anyone able to explain some behaviour I'm seeing with SQL Profiler? Taking the following two batches: exec sp_executesql N' declare @t table ( x int ) insert into @t (x) ...
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How to include a datetime parameter within a stored procedure along with string query?

My stored procedure is as follows, -- Add the parameters for the stored procedure here @FromDate datetime, @ToDate datetime --Select query DECLARE @query nvarchar(max) ...
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switch TOP clause between percentage and rows by parameter

For one report I am making query where users suppose have to choice TOP values based on percents or fix amount of rows. I have two ideas Calling two different sub sproc based on passed param. if ...
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Does adherence to the DRY principle justify dynamic SQL?

Suppose I have two queries that will be frequently run against my database: SELECT UserID, UserName, UserGender FROM Users WHERE UserID = @User SELECT UserID, UserName, UserGender FROM ...
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Alternatives to concatenating strings or going procedural to prevent SQL query code repetition?

Disclaimer: Please bear with me as someone who only uses databases a tiny fraction of his work time. (Most of the time I do C++ programming in my job, but every odd month I need to search/fix/add ...
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Print Parameters in Dynamic SQL

I've used dynamic SQL for many tasks and continuously run into the same problem: Printing values of variables used inside the Dynamic T-SQL statement. EG: Declare @SQL nvarchar(max), @Params ...
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Can I determine if a stored procedure uses dynamic sql without parsing the definition?

Since there seems to be no way to strip the procedure definition from comments without parsing cf. this, there seem to be no reliably T-SQL query to answer this question. Or can I get this ...