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Posted Sunday, July 11, 2010 10:46 AM
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I have two tables user and user_role. Userid is primary filed into user table and foreign key in user_role table.
User_role has userid, roleid fileds.

There were some rows already into user table and corresponding to these userid fileld into user_role also.

User table example----
Userid loginid fname
1 a john
2 b karry

user_role example-----

user_id roleid
1 10
1 11
2 10
2 15

Later on I inserted some new rows into user tables ,
Now user table is like this----

user table---
Userid loginid fname
1 a john
2 b karry
3 america\c john
4 america\d karry

so i want that this new userid to be inserted into user_role table also with their already existing roleid.

Now the user_role table should like this---

user_id roleid
1 10
1 11
2 10
2 15
3 10
3 11
4 10
4 15

Please send me the query to work in sql server 2005.
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Posted Sunday, July 11, 2010 11:11 AM



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You could use a subquery or CTE to get the roles per fname (including the user_id from the user_role table) and join that back to the user table. Based on that, insert the new values.

Please note that I decided against the option to provided the code snippet since I think you should give it a try based on the description. If you get stuck, post back your current query and what you're struggling with.

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Posted Monday, July 12, 2010 10:22 AM
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I'm afraid I don't quite follow exactly what you're getting stuck on. Is it how to get the keys back from the rows you just entered? There have been a number of posts and articles on this site discussing how to do that.

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Posted Tuesday, July 13, 2010 5:55 AM



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you need to decide that the new user is going to copy/inherit the roles of a specific user.
for example:
insert into user_role
3, --the userid of the new person who will receive/inherit the roles
from [role] r
where r.userid IN(SELECT userid from [user] u WHERE fname = 'john')--he was userid 1 in your example


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Posted Tuesday, July 9, 2013 7:03 AM


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I realize that this doesn't directly answer your question, but why did you create new user ids for these users? Was there not a way to preserve their existing IDs and update other information about the users?
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Posted Tuesday, July 9, 2013 7:34 AM



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Please note: 3 year old thread.

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