wendy elizabeth (5/8/2014)
I would like to know if the following sql can be used to obtain specific columns from calling a stored procedure with parameters:
/* Create TempTable */
CREATE TABLE #tempTable (MyDate SMALLDATETIME, IntValue INT)
/* Run SP and Insert Value in TempTable */
INSERT INTO #tempTable (MyDate, IntValue)
EXEC TestSP @parm1, @parm2
If the above does not work or there is a better way to accomplish this goal, please let me know how to change the sql?
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