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RaiseError on SQL Server stored procedures

ALTER PROCEDURE sp1 as begin IF (@PersonId=0) RAISERROR(N'Error already raised. See previous errors.', 16, 1); break end I want something like the following. If no value in the variable, ...
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Writing a Condition in a Stored Procedure Using If Exists

I have a stored procedure which is working. I want to check two condition in my stored procedure: If I found the same record in database it should not save the Record, it will return 1. If I found ...
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Stored procedure taking much longer than query [closed]

I have a simple code segment that runs in about 1 second when run alone, but more than 5 minutes when deployed as a stored procedure. I'm using sql server 2008. Unfortunately, I can't post the code ...
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Execute stored procedure in another server from sql agent job

I am trying execute stored procedure in remote server in sql agent job using sqlserver 2008 r2 select * from openquery([1.1.1.1],'exec [DB_Name].[dbo].[sp_ProcName]') Or EXEC ...
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Stored Procedure Consolidation

I recently started working on a project using stored procedures from data vs. ORM's I haven't seen this project's procedure layout before and was wondering if it's ok / what would be better. Code ...
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An SQL Server 2008 R2 based program fails when updating stored procedures?

I'm trying to update MIP software and one of the "companies" fails while it is updating a stored procedure. Is there any place in SQL Server 2008 R2 / Windows where I could see an error message ...
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can I Run a Stored Procedure across all SQL servers and return 1 html report

I have the following set up as a sp and it runs daily. It gives me a report for each SQL cluster in my environment but what I'd like to do is configure it to run across all clusters and return 1 ...
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Move values from one table to another one via stored procedure in sql server 2008

I have two tables Login (userid, username, password) audit_login (userid, Transaction_Date, Status (success or failed) Now I want create a stored procedure in which, if anyone wants to login then ...
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Setting user permissions for different SQL Server schemas

I need to limit access to a particular user, but they still need to be able to see the data in tables owned by dbo. I'm trying to do the following: dbo schema functions as it would normally, has ...
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how to Update Value in local tabel when job Finished

I need to update some values into a database as soon as all the tasks of Executing Service have finished executing there jobs. In other words, I want do something like status when the all jobs ...
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Tracking changes in stored procedures within a database

Could you please help me out here. I have multiple databases and each of the databases have the same tables and stored procedures. I want to be able to compare the stored procedures and see if there ...
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Can I give the same name to a table and a stored procedure?

Is it possible to name a stored procedure the same as a table? I have an existing table named 'buyers', and I'm trying to create a stored procedure named 'buyers', but I'm getting this error: ...
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Central stored procedure to execute in calling database context

I am working on a customized maintenance solution using the sys.dm_db_index_physical_stats view. I currently have it being referenced from a stored procedure. Now when that stored procedure runs on ...
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Find procedures that haven't been called in <n> days

We are deleting old stored procedures and tables. How can I know what procedures haven't been called recently? dm_exec_procedure_stats and dm_exec_query_stats aren't reliable, since they only return ...
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SELECT COL_NAME(969262708, ORDINAL_POSITION) returns a NULL value in one of the rows

So I've got a Stored Procedure that's copying data from one table to another. It calls this other SP to get the column names. I didn't write this darn thing, but here's that part: ALTER PROCEDURE ...
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Stored Procedure Create Table from Variable with Variable Constraint

I have managed use a store procedure to create a copy of a table with a variable name. But I am struggling to understand how to incorporate a constraint into the stored procedure. The problem: The ...
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Stored Procedures under Source Control, best practice

I am currently using Tortoise SVN to source control a .NET Web Application. What would be the best way to bring our SQL Server stored procedures into Source Control? I am currently using VS 2010 as my ...
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Join To a @Table Variable is running ineficiently

Alright so I have a report sproc that was running incredibly slow. Customers were complaining that the report would not run so I started investigating exactly where in the sproc the problem was and I ...
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Create procedure in else block on SQL Server

I have a SQL script in which I generate a database and its tables, stored procedures, views, etc. I have used following script to generate the database and all the things. I was able to generate ...
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Stored procedure performance metrics

I am taking over a new project which is having ~2500 SPs! and would like to know at current state what is the maximum / minimum time taken by each of the stored procs. Also IO, Logical Reads used by ...
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Requesting advice on creating a table controlled SQL job scheduler

I have been tasked with cleaning up a series of SQL jobs that send email updates about various data and system conditions in my company. Currently, there are a ton of jobs, each with its own SQL code ...
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How can I restore the sql_variant_property of baseType back to a table variable in SQL Server

Ok, I know the title is confusing but here it goes. BTW I am using SQL Server 2008 I have a table that I am trying to use as a storage container. It has 3 columns: reportID integer, dataLabel ...
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Separate stored procedures for inserts and updates?

I have a table in Microsoft SQL Server. Sometimes I need to update, and sometimes I need to insert. I could write 2 stored procedures: InsertNewPerson UpdatePertsonById But I was thinking to write ...
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Only a single WITH MOVE clause should be specified for any logical file name

I'm trying to do a copy database by scripting a backup and restore. I have the backup procedure working correctly but I keep getting the error Conflicting file relocations have been specified ...
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“Thread was being aborted” error when inserting 25k rows

I need to store about 25k rows worth of data into a single table about once a week. To achieve this, I'm creating an object (created from parsing XML), and sending the data within that object to a ...
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Another BCP Export [Fail]ure

All, in SELECT Data Set Using Stored Procedure with BCP Error @Remus Rusanu provided a great solution to the problem. However, this evolved in to another problem: this BCP query now runs DECLARE ...
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SELECT Data Set Using Stored Procedure with BCP Error

All, I have a BCP export query. It is failing with the useless error mesage on BCP usage: usage: bcp {dbtable | query} {in | out | queryout | format} datafile [-m maxerrors] [-f ...
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How do I write portable SQL that refers to a linked server?

I've got a stored procedure that refers to a linked server. In several places throughout the procedure I've got something like the following: INSERT INTO [TableName] (...Columns...) SELECT ...
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Who changed/modified stored procedure in SSMS 2005 or 2008? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Determining how a schema change occurred? I have a stored procedure that was modified late last night and just spent the majority of the morning tracing issues back to ...
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Production SQL Server High CPU for a Single Query

I have a single query which is consuming a larger amount of CPU than I would expect in SQL 2008. I am not able to determine why the CPU is spiking for this single query. I can trigger an ...
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How to modify a stored procedure using SQLCMD for MS SQL?

Suppose a stored procedure as follows have been created using the Microsoft SQL Management Studio. use testbase go create procedure testtable_pricesmaller @pricelimit money as select * from ...
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"Could not find stored procedure' even though the stored procedure have been created in MS SQL Server Management Studio

I have created a table testtable inside the database testbase that have the following structure: product_no (int, not null) product_name (varchar(30), not null) price (money, null) expire_date (date, ...
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CATCH block is triggered when it should not

On my neverending quest for shooting myself in the foot with save transaction I seem to have found even more ways to fulfill the quest purpose. The save transaction clause itself this time is out of ...
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RETURN statement before DEALLOCATE CURSOR

Question about use of Cursors in combination with RETURN in a SQL Server 2008 Stored Procedure Consider this example: CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[test] @ReturnEarly BIT = 0 AS BEGIN SET NOCOUNT ...
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Find out what setting were used for a given stored procedure

As a follow-up to my previous question: is there a way to need to find out what the ANSI_NULLS and ANSI_PADDING etc. settings where when a given procedure was created in my database ? It seems my ...
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SQL Server database : moving from 2008 to 2005 - encrypted procedure issue

I could normally use generate scripts / DTS to move data and tables etc. However one of the databases has a large amount of encrypted procedures that I can't script to move. Neither do I have older ...
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Bulk grant execute permissions for scalar functions & stored procedures

We have a situation where we have restored a large number (50+) of MSSQL2008 databases from backup and most if not all of them require that a user is granted EXECUTE permissions on scalar functions ...
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Need a stored procedure to check and update row when it does not already exists.

Need a stored procedure that will check and then update the rows (with username & email) except the id (auto incremented with a unique one). For example, if id = 5 has, the username abc and the ...
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Passing in the table into a stored procedure

Is it possible to pass in the name of a table into a stored procedure? For example, suppose you have several views of the same table. They all have the exact same structure. You want a store ...
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Merge multiple table output but indicate which tables the records came from

I have an application with a function that uses a stored procedure (SQL Server 2008 R2) to pull in and arrange data from one table. Now, I’ve been asked to make it pull from two tables, but it’s not ...
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Stored Procedure doesn't show result in SQL Server

I have created a stored procedure (to be used in SSRS) that has parameters whose values are more than one. When I execute this stored procedure in SSMS by providing the values for that parameter, SP ...
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In a CASE Statement, which is faster: “WHEN [field] in (0)” or “WHEN [field] = 0”?

I'm looking at a stored proc that another guy has written and every WHEN clause is using an IN statement instead of =. My gut tells me this isn't as fast, efficient, etc. For example: CASE WHEN ...
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Granting Execute Permissions on Stored Procedures, Functions and Views

I am using a user which has read permission only. It basically has permission to Connect Execute However, it does not have execute permissions on Functions and Stored Procedures. In part of my ...
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Executing a stored procedure on remote database

I have 2 databases on the same server. DB-A and DB-B. DB-B has a user that has read and write access to database B. I would like to grant the user in DB-B execute permissions to 2 stored procedures in ...
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How can I detect broken stored procedures after a schema change?

I've modified a central table in my database, and sp_depends literally returns hundreds of results, and I'm concerned some of those stored-procedures might not compile anymore after my change. ...
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How to change database owner for login and database created inside stored procedure?

I have a signed stored procedure that creates a new database, a new login and assigns the new user to be the owner of the new database. Well my SProc creates the new login and new database but will ...
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Should I put the error handler inside the loop, or the loop inside the error handler?

When a procedure is looping over a statement that could raise an error condition, should I put the loop inside the error handler, or put the error handler inside the loop? I want the procedure to run ...
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Table-Valued Parameter as Output parameter for stored procedure

Is it possibile to Table-Valued parameter be used as output param for stored procedure ? Here is, what I want to do in code /*First I create MY type */ CREATE TYPE typ_test AS TABLE ( id int ...
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SQL Server many active create procedure processes

While troubleshooting performance issues on a SQL 2008 instance, I've noticed there are several SPIDs which appear to be executingcreate procedurestatements for already existing procedures. Is this ...
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SQL Server 2008 T-SQL select hanging, but not dead locked

This is a pretty strange issue so bear with me. I have a stored proc that does some heavy duty processing. When it runs well it usually takes a few minutes depending on server load, but occasionally ...