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I need to write a stored procedure in SQL 2000.
I have a tables fld and fld_term, relashionship is =
fld is a calculation name table and fld_term is a the actual calculation table. A calculation can call other calculation and so forth.
For example
fld table data:
ID Calc_name
12219 AT_BookValue
9952 AT_BookValue1
16 UPriceFactorHLD
23 QtyUnitsL/S HLD
8213 HLD_BookVal2

fld_term (This table stores actual calculation and if that calc callc any other calc)
ID u
12219 9952
9952 23
9952 16
23 15

So what i want is if i pass AT_BookValue to my stored procedure it should bring all the calcs that are referenced inside
12219 is referencing 9952, 16, 23, 15....

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Posted Thursday, January 31, 2008 5:29 AM



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You should post this question in the 2000 forum because you may start getting 2005 solutions to the problem that will not work in 2000. For example, I think I could make this work with a Common Table Expression, but you won't be able to run that in your SQL Server 2000 system.

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