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How To Capture The ResultSet Of EXEC Command In Stored Procedure


 

Hi All,
 
I have created a dynamic SQL STATEMENT , but the result of the execution of that statement matters to me.  within stored procedure.
 
Note: If run the statement using EXEC()   command, the result gets displayed on the SQL Editor.
But I DO NOT KNOW HOW to Capture that value.
 
Any idea how to capture as I would like capture the result and stored it in a table.
 
Thank you.
--Israr


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view 1
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dh1            12.5        4050            3.5
dh1            12.5        4050            4.7
dh1            12.5        4050            5.4
dh1            12.5        4050            8.3
dh1            12.5        4050           15
 
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view 1-A
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dh1            12.5        4050          0          1.2
dh1            12.5        4050          1.2       3.5
dh1            12.5        4050          3.5       4.7
dh1            12.5        4050          4.7       5.4
dh1            12.5        4050          5.4       8.3
dh1            12.5        4050          8.3       15
 
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2           dh1            12.5        4050          1.2       3.5
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cheers
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