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how to pass multivalue based on single value


how to pass multivalue based on single value

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latitiacasta
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Hi,

I have below table

CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Temptable](
[name] [nvarchar](50) NULL,
[namesrt] [int] NULL,
[addrs] [nvarchar](50) NULL,
[addrssrt] [int] NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]

INSERT [dbo].[Temptable] ([name], [namesrt], [addrs], [addrssrt]) VALUES (N'cons', 410, N'cc', 1)
INSERT [dbo].[Temptable] ([name], [namesrt], [addrs], [addrssrt]) VALUES (N'fun', 430, N'hs', 2)
INSERT [dbo].[Temptable] ([name], [namesrt], [addrs], [addrssrt]) VALUES (N'cons', 410, N'hs', 3)
INSERT [dbo].[Temptable] ([name], [namesrt], [addrs], [addrssrt]) VALUES (N'fun', 430, N'cc', 4)
INSERT [dbo].[Temptable] ([name], [namesrt], [addrs], [addrssrt]) VALUES (N'cons', 100, N'all', 5)
INSERT [dbo].[Temptable] ([name], [namesrt], [addrs], [addrssrt]) VALUES (N'fun', 100, N'all', 6)
INSERT [dbo].[Temptable] ([name], [namesrt], [addrs], [addrssrt]) VALUES (N'ALL', 599, N'ALL', 7)


My query is

Declare @NAME varchar(100)

SELECT * FROM TEMPTABLE
WHERE Namesrt in (@NAME)

I can provide @NAME either 410 or 430

so when its 410 i need to pass value 410,100,599
when its 430 then 430,100,599 else 410,430,100,599
Please provide query for same.

Thanks in advance
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join to a table-valued function using CROSS APPLY?
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You may hard code it as well
select * from [Temptable]
where namesrt in (100,599
, case @NAME when '410' then 410 when '430' then 430 end
, case when not (@NAME in ('410' , '430') ) then 410 end
, case when not (@NAME in ('410' , '430') ) then 430 end
)



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As you are discovering you can't put a delimited list inside a variable and use IN to find all the values. You have a couple of choices here.

1) You could create a user defined table type and pass that. This is probably overkill for what you are doing here though.

2) You could use a string splitter. I recommend the one you would find by following the link in my signature about splitting strings.

Your final query would end up something like this.


SELECT *
FROM TEMPTABLE tt
CROSS APPLY dbo.DelimitedSplit8K(@Name, ',')



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We have table-valued parameters since 2008 version.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb510489(v=sql.105).aspx

I would suggest to start from here and just reach to other approaches if you are not able to leverage it.



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