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Execute a dynamic select statment


Execute a dynamic select statment

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Alan Stanley
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Can anybody help me actually execute the resultant DELETE statements in this query


drop table #incoming
CREATE TABLE #incoming
([id] [bigint] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,
[tablename] nvarchar(50),
[action] [int] NULL,
[rowid] [bigint])

INSERT #incoming (tablename,action,rowid) VALUES('#test',0,1111)
INSERT #incoming (tablename,action,rowid) VALUES('#test',0,1211)
INSERT #incoming (tablename,action,rowid) VALUES('#test',0,1311)
INSERT #incoming (tablename,action,rowid) VALUES('#test',1,1111)

drop table #test
create table #test
([tid] [bigint],
[data1] nvarchar(50),
[data2] nvarchar(50))
INSERT #test (tid,data1,data2) VALUES(1111,'foo','foo')
INSERT #test (tid,data1,data2) VALUES(1211,'foo','foo')
INSERT #test (tid,data1,data2) VALUES(1311,'foo','foo')
INSERT #test (tid,data1,data2) VALUES(1111,'foo','foo')

SELECT 'DELETE FROM ' + tablename + ' where tid =' + convert(char,rowid) from #incoming where action = 0

SELECT * from #test


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Hello Alan,
Try this...

DECLARE @QRY varchar (255)

SELECT @QRY = 'DELETE FROM ' + tablename + ' where tid =' + convert(char,rowid) from #incoming where action = 0

--PRINT @QRY
EXEC (@QRY)
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arunyadav007

That only seems to execute the last statement.

I guess i need to somehow loop the results.

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Woh ! I thought you only need to execute the last delete statement.. But, I guess you need to execute a delete statement on all the tablenames from your temporary table.. Let me try...
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Change to


declare @q varchar(max)
SELECT @q = ISNULL(@q, '') + 'DELETE FROM ' + tablename + ' where tid =' + convert(char,rowid) + '; ' from #incoming where action = 0
exec(@q)




but beware the dangers of this type of dynamic sql.

Edit: Read about the dangers here http://www.sommarskog.se/dynamic_sql.html

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Yes i need to run the results of the SELECT 'DELETE..... statement

DELETE FROM #test where tid =1111
DELETE FROM #test where tid =1211
DELETE FROM #test where tid =1311

Got me stumped
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toddasd

Bingo, thank you so much.

This is part of a database sync system. The commands are built inside a stored procedure they are not stored in tables, just the data. Like table name, action, change data.

Thanks again
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Change to


declare @q varchar(max)
SELECT @q = ISNULL(@q, '') + 'DELETE FROM ' + tablename + ' where tid =' + convert(char,rowid) + '; ' from #incoming where action = 0
exec(@q)




but beware the dangers of this type of dynamic sql.

Edit: Read about the dangers here http://www.sommarskog.se/dynamic_sql.html

This appears to be deleting everything from #incoming

Whereas it should not have deleted the below row as action != 0

4 #test 1 1111
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Put a PRINT @q in your script and you'll see why that's happening.

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Hi

Bum data

INSERT #test (tid,data1,data2) VALUES(1111,'foo','foo')
INSERT #test (tid,data1,data2) VALUES(1211,'foo','foo')
INSERT #test (tid,data1,data2) VALUES(1311,'foo','foo')
INSERT #test (tid,data1,data2) VALUES(1111,'foo','foo')

Should read

INSERT #test (tid,data1,data2) VALUES(1111,'foo','foo')
INSERT #test (tid,data1,data2) VALUES(1211,'foo','foo')
INSERT #test (tid,data1,data2) VALUES(1311,'foo','foo')
INSERT #test (tid,data1,data2) VALUES(1411,'foo','foo')
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