Want to display dynamic number of tables in output?

  • dragonpms

    Valued Member

    Points: 60

    Want to display dynamic number of tables in output?

    for exemple:

    input parameter

    @company_id = 2103

    @instance_id '1,2,3,4,5,6,7'

    i want output table for each instance ID.

    so is it possibile in SQL,if its k please help me out............

  • John Mitchell-245523

    SSC Guru

    Points: 148245

    I've got absolutely no idea what you mean. Please will you supply table DDL in the form of CREATE TABLE statements, sample data in the form of INSERT statements, and expected results.

    Thanks

    John

  • dragonpms

    Valued Member

    Points: 60

    ok ,lets i explain my requirement....

    ALTER PROC Multiple_Instance_Value

    (

    @compnay_ID INT,

    @Instance_ID NVARCHAR(MAX)

    )

    AS

    BEGIN

    SELECT instance_id,address,company_name,status FROM cmytbl

    WHERE company_ID =@company_ID AND instance_id = @instance_id

    END

    for exemple we passing the input parameter as

    EXEC Multiple_Instance_Value @company_id = 201,@instance_id = '1011,1012,1013,1014,1015,1016,1017'

    I want output as

    insatnce_id: 1011, address: 3 way line, ABC private ltd,1

    insatnce_id: 1012, address: 4 way line, DEF private ltd,1

    insatnce_id: 1013, address: 5 way line, GHI private ltd,1

    insatnce_id: 1014, address: 6 way line, JKL private ltd,1

    insatnce_id: 1015, address: 7 way line, MNO private ltd,1

    insatnce_id: 1016, address: 8 way line, PQR private ltd,1

    In the above we get the each output table by means of instance_id what we passed in the @input parameter of @instance_id.

    The output table is not fixed it may vary deponds on the @instance_id.

    I think you may understand my requirement,if so please help me out,am waiting for the solution,if any queries please let me know..........

  • John Mitchell-245523

    SSC Guru

    Points: 148245

    OK, what you're looking for is a function to split a comma-separated list into its individual components. You should be able to find one by searching this site for "splitter function" or something like that. Once you have one of those, you can CROSS APPLY the results against your table to get the output you desire.

    John

  • Jeff Moden

    SSC Guru

    Points: 993863

    dragonpms (4/3/2011)


    ok ,lets i explain my requirement....

    ALTER PROC Multiple_Instance_Value

    (

    @compnay_ID INT,

    @Instance_ID NVARCHAR(MAX)

    )

    AS

    BEGIN

    SELECT instance_id,address,company_name,status FROM cmytbl

    WHERE company_ID =@company_ID AND instance_id = @instance_id

    END

    for exemple we passing the input parameter as

    EXEC Multiple_Instance_Value @company_id = 201,@instance_id = '1011,1012,1013,1014,1015,1016,1017'

    I want output as

    insatnce_id: 1011, address: 3 way line, ABC private ltd,1

    insatnce_id: 1012, address: 4 way line, DEF private ltd,1

    insatnce_id: 1013, address: 5 way line, GHI private ltd,1

    insatnce_id: 1014, address: 6 way line, JKL private ltd,1

    insatnce_id: 1015, address: 7 way line, MNO private ltd,1

    insatnce_id: 1016, address: 8 way line, PQR private ltd,1

    In the above we get the each output table by means of instance_id what we passed in the @input parameter of @instance_id.

    The output table is not fixed it may vary deponds on the @instance_id.

    I think you may understand my requirement,if so please help me out,am waiting for the solution,if any queries please let me know..........

    This is an SQL Server CE forum. IIRC, SQL Server CE cannot use stored procedures nor can you declare variables in any of it's scripts. So let me ask, what version of SQL Server are you really using?

    --Jeff Moden


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