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

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Dynamic Creation of Table using Stored Procedure Without a Use of OpenRowSet in SQL Server

Q.--> An alternative of OpenRowSet in SQL Server Description: I have created a procedure which uses Dynamic PIVOT to get a result. I have a table which contains column DateRange with values Jan-2014 ...
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How to implement a dynamic string into a (prepared) sql statement?

I have some spatial datasets which are available in a open source metadata catalog software GeoNetwork and in a PostGIS database. The problem is that the student who created the database used ...
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Using Identity Insert on a linked server

We have a database hosted in Microsoft Azure and using this database connection details I have created a linked server object in SSMS on our on-premise SQL box and I can insert into it as following ...
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Update query in a trigger

I have a configuration table: Table: refdatecol - id int(11) startdatecol varchar(100) enddatecol varchar(100) datecolTable varchar(100) This table holds the user configured column names ...
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OPENQUERY and server permissions

when I run my stored procedure it is a complete success, even if I run it through exec. Running these: sp_GetServerLogins GO exec ( 'sp_GetServerLogins ') GO I get this: Needless ...
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SSRS - ERROR NUMBER:7357 while passing multiple value parameters using comma delimited string to stored procedure

I am working on a SSRS report to display the logins permissions in a set of databases on a specific server. the server, the logins and the databases are all parameters. NULL shows them all (logins ...
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plan_generation_num keeps incrementing, why?

I have a query that is executed using sp_executesql code is as follows DECLARE @rsk NVARCHAR(1) = '1', @ppCityID NVARCHAR(3); SET @ppCityID = CAST(@cityID AS NVARCHAR(3)); exec sp_executesql ...
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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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Execute SQL at different server (with dynamic server name)

I'm using a settings table to configure on which servers a specific kind of data is stored, and I would like to do this as dynamic as possible without having to add the server as a linked server ...
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Prepared statement execution with variable number of parameters to be bound

Some stored procedures I work with need to interpolate WHERE criteria based on if procedure input parameters have been supplied. To avoid potential injection points, I'd like to utilize parameter ...
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Reviewing ways to generate monthly tables using PL/SQL automatically

I am attempting to automate a set of tables that my colleagues produce monthly, using PL/SQL. The set of tables contain data about different metrics (e.g. Customer revenue, customer demographic ...
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Run a specific SQL Server job step from a stored procedure

I have a job with 5 steps that are scheduled to run after each other. I want to have a stored procedure where a user can execute the stored procedure and give the step number as a parameter. Only ...
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Accessing values of dymanic cloumn

I have a table which has 16 fields whose of alternate name to city. Below is my table structure: CREATE TABLE CITY_DATA_TO_CHK ( COUNTRY_CODE VARCHAR2 (100), REGION ...
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Partly rotated table with pivot/dynamic SQL without aggregation

Using MS SQL 2008, I have created a table that I want to display in horizontal direction instead of vertical direction. Because I do not now how many query results I will get returned I think I have ...