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Subject: Stored procedure nightmare
From: Tom Holder
Date: 2/6/2000 11:01:07 AM
IP: 193.149.90.244



 

Im trying to do something which I assume is very simple with a stored procedure. This is an example

pulled of the 4Guys web site to illustrate what I need to do:

CREATE PROCEDURE sp_myInsert
@FirstName varchar(20),
@LastName varchar(30),
@MyTableParam varchar(20)
As
INSERT INTO TableName(FirstName, LastName)
values(@FirstName, @LastName)
Go

Now this stored procedure is simple enough, even to me. However, rather than insert the values of

FirstName, and LastName into the table called TableName I need to insert them into the table

specified in the parameter @MyTableParam. I have tried doing the following (the obvious) but it

generates a syntax error.

CREATE PROCEDURE sp_myInsert
@FirstName varchar(20),
@LastName varchar(30),
@MyTableParam varchar(20)
As
INSERT INTO @MyTableParam(FirstName, LastName)
values(@FirstName, @LastName)
Go

Just out of interest, its actually a SELECT statement that I need to use this format in.


 

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