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Output of Dynamic variable to next query


Output of Dynamic variable to next query

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jeganbenitto.francis
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Hi All,


I have a table named tbl which contains 250 rows

I have a Varaible @CNT = SELECT count(*) from tbl

Then i have a query as Select top 10 * from tbl

Now i want to pass @CNT into second query.

The output of Select top 10 * from tbl will be

1 val1
2 val2
. .
. .
. .
10 val 10

But i want as

1 val1 250
2 val2 250
. .
. .
. .
10 val 10 250

250 indicates the value of @CNT.

Or is there any other way in which i can pass @CNT as a seperate field in SQL Server Reporitng Services RDL

Thanks in advance
anthony.green
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needs to be done in the same session but do


declare @cnt int
select @cnt = count(*) from table
select top 10 *, @cnt from table



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Thanks a lot Anthony. This helped me to fix the issue with which i was struggling
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