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IF EXISTS (SELECT 1 FROM RoleUser WHERE User_Id = 12346 AND Role_Code = 'CRC')
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DECLARE @TempTable TABLE
(
UserID BIGINT,
UserName VARCHAR(60),
TotalAmt FLOAT
)

INSERT INTO @TempTable (UserID, UserName, TotalAmt)
SELECT u.RecID, u.LastName + ', ' + u.FirstName,
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FROM Users u
WHERE u.RecID = @UserID

SELECT * FROM @TempTable
GO

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UserID UserName TotalAmt
--------------------------
1 Doe, John 100.00


What I would like to do is create another stored procedure which calls this one for every user returned in a query, thus returning the same data for several users:

UserID UserName TotalAmt
--------------------------
1 Doe, John 100.00
2 Smith, Bob 123.45
3 Blow, Joe 150.55


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0

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Imports System.Data.SqlClient
Imports System.Data.SqlTypes
Imports Microsoft.SqlServer.Server
Imports System.Data.OleDb
Imports System.Configuration
Imports System.Text
Imports System.Collections

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<Microsoft.SqlServer.Server.SqlProcedure()> _
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ByVal strSerialScan As String, _
ByVal decMasterSerialNumber As Decimal, _
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If dsData.Tables.Count > 0 Then
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Dim errorstring As String = dsData.Tables(0).Rows(0)(1).ToString()

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'*********************************************
' Declare Variables
'*********************************************
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Dim cmdAS400 As OleDbCommand
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Try
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daAdaptor.Fill(dsData)
Catch expError As OleDbException
daAdaptor = Nothing
Finally
daAdaptor = Nothing
cmdAS400.Dispose()
'Me.Close()

End Try

End Sub
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ByVal type As OleDbType, _
ByVal size As Integer, _
ByVal direction As ParameterDirection, _
ByVal paramValue As Object) As OleDbParameter
Dim param As OleDbParameter = New OleDbParameter
param.ParameterName = name
param.OleDbType = type
param.Size = size
param.Direction = direction
param.Value = paramValue
Return param
End Function

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Dim parameter As OleDbParameter
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CmdSAS400.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure
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'CmdAS400.CommandTimeout = intTimeOut
If (prams Is Nothing) Then
Else
For Each parameter In prams
CmdSAS400.Parameters.Add(parameter)
Next

End If

Return CmdSAS400

End Function

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(All fields)
SELECT
(All Fields)
FROM dbSource.dbo.tblSource
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[code]....

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like send one after one email


i use FUNCTION i get on this forum to use split from multi update

how to loop for evry update send an single eamil to evry employee ID send one email

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Code Snippet
:

DECLARE @id nvarchar(1000)
set @id= '16703, 16704, 16757, 16924, 17041, 17077, 17084, 17103, 17129, 17134, 17186, 17190, 17203, 17205, 17289, 17294, 17295, 17296, 17309, 17316, 17317, 17322, 17325, 17337, 17338, 17339, 17348, 17349, 17350, 17357, 17360, 17361, 17362, 17366, 17367, 17370, 17372, 17373, 17374, 17377, 17380, 17382, 17383, 17385, 17386, 17391, 17392, 17393, 17394, 17395, 17396, 17397, 17398, 17400, 17401, 17402, 17407, 17408, 17409, 17410, 17411, 17412, 17413, 17414, 17415, 17417, 17418, 17419, 17420, 17422, 17423, 17424, 17425, 17426, 17427, 17428, 17430, 17431, 17432, 17442, 17443, 17444, 17447, 17448, 17449, 17450, 17451'
UPDATE s SET fld5 = 2
FROM Snha s
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now
how to send an EMAIL for evry ROW update but "personal email" to the employee



Code Snippet
DECLARE @xml NVARCHAR(MAX)DECLARE @body NVARCHAR(MAX)
SET @xml =CAST(( SELECT
FirstName AS 'td','',
LastName AS 'td','' ,
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@copy_recipients='www@iec.com',
@body = @body,
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@profile_name ='bob'
END
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TNX

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