i am inserting something into the temp table even without creating it before. But this does not give any compilation error. Only when I want to execute the stored procedure I get the error message that there is an invalid temp table. Should this not result in a compilation error rather during the execution time.?
--create the procedure and insert into the temp table without creating it. --no compilation error. CREATE PROC testTemp AS BEGIN INSERT INTO #tmp(dt) SELECT GETDATE() END
only on calling the proc does this give an execution error
I used SQL Server 2012 Management Studio to create a new table on an 2014 SQL Server instance and got this message: 'This backend version is not supported to design database diagrams or tables'. Does this mean that I have to have SQL Server 2014 Management Studio to create a table on a SQL Server 2014 instance?
I need to create a Clustered Index (CI) on a very large SQL Server 2012 database table. This table has about approximately 10 billion rows, 500 GB in size. The job ran for about 20 hours into it and then fails with error: "Out of disk space in tempdb". My tempDB size is 1.8TB, but yet it's still not enough.
Here is my script:
CREATE CLUSTERED INDEX CI_IndexName ON TableName(Column1,Column2) WITH (MAXDOP= 4, ONLINE=ON, SORT_IN_TEMPDB = ON, DATA_COMPRESSION=PAGE) ON sh_WeekDT(Day_DT) GO
How to create insert statements of the data from a table for top 'n' rows. I know we can create using generate scripts wizard, but we can't customize the number of rows. In my scenario i got a database with 10 tables where every table got millions of records, but the requirement is to sample out only top 10000 records from each table.
I am planning to generate table CREATE statements from GENERATE Scripts wizard and add this INSERT STATEMENT at the bottom.
EX : INSERT [dbo].[table] ([SERIALID], [BATCHID] VALUES (126751, '9100278GC4PM1', )
I am trying to create a table that would represent a workload for each shop. In order to do that I need to have WorkLoad table and ShopWorkLoad table which is actually just aggregation of WorkLoad.
WorkLoad contains a list of following items:
current orders that are in the process (one select statement) scheduled orders (another select statement) expected orders (third select statement) that come through a third-party system
All of this needs to be live. So, for example, as soon as order is added to Order table it should be included in WorkLoad if certain conditions are met. Same goes for scheduled orders (which come from another table). Expected orders will be loaded on a daily bases (based on historical data).
ShopWorkLoad table is aggregation of WorkLoad table.
Currently I did it this way:
Added after insert/update trigger on Order table: when order is created/updated, if it meets certain conditions, it should be inserted in WorkLoad, otherwise remove it from workload if it's in there and doesn't meet conditions
Added after insert/update trigger on Schedule table: when order is scheduled, if it meets certain conditions, it should be inserted in WorkLoad, otherwise remove it from workload if it's in there and doesn't meet conditions
Running daily job that populates WorkLoad table with expected orders based on historical values
Final step is to create an indexed view vShopWorkLoad
My biggest concern is usage of triggers which call pretty complex logic to determine whether item should be added to workload or not.
One other option was to create vWorkLoad view and somehow make it an indexed view but currently I don't see a way of doing that because the query consists of 4 union select statements, below is pseudo example. But even if doing it that way, how to build aggregated indexed view on top of vWorkLoad indexed view?
Third option is to use sql agent job which would run every x seconds (maybe 20) and it would execute all of these queries to populate WorkLoad table with delay of 10-20 seconds, but I am still not sure if this is acceptable to the client.
Fourth option is to create 3 or 4 indexed view where sum of them makes a workload. Then, ShopWorkLoad view would be built on top of these 3 or 4 indexed views, but in this case I don't know how this would affect performance since ShopWorkLoad query would be often queried.
Example of workload pseudo query:
select WorkLoadType = 'Order in process', OrderId, ShopId, ... from Order
I am having 100 of flat files need to load in respective staging table.I want to create table on run time as per filename input.suppose if input filename is ABC then table name should be Staging_ABC if file name is XYZ then it should be Staging_XYZ.Table structure is below need to create at run time
CREATE TABLE Staging_'Filename'( [COL001] [varchar](4000) NULL, [Id] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL, [LoadDate] [datetime] NOT NULL default getdate() )
Other than right-clicking on each individual table in SSMS and generating a CREATE script, is there a simple way to generate CREATE TABLE scripts for tables within a given database?
Background: I have a bunch of tables in one database, and I would like to add tables to a second database that have the same names and basic structures of some of the tables from the first database.
I do not need to transfer any data from the tables, this is a seperate project that will use a similar data structure. I just want to generate the CREATE TABLE scripts for 30ish tables within the first database, and then I'll tweak the scripts as appropriate and run them against the new database.
I have a text file which needs to be created into a table (let's call it DataFile table). For now I'm just doing the manual DTS to import the txt into SQL server to create the table, which works. But here's my problem....
I need to extract data from DataFile table, here's my query:
select * from dbo.DataFile where DF_SC_Case_Nbr not like '0000%';
Then I need to create a new table for the extracted data, let's call it ExtractedDataFile. But I don't know how to create a new table and insert the data I selected above into the new one.
Also, can the extraction and the creation of new table be done in just one stored procedure? or is there any other way of doing all this (including the importation of the text file)?
Can I dynamically (from a stored procedure) generatea create table script of all tables in a given database (with defaults etc)a create view script of all viewsa create function script of all functionsa create index script of all indexes.(The result will be 4 scripts)Arno de Jong,The Netherlands.
I have some code that dynamically creates a database (name is @FullName) andthen creates a table within that database. Is it possible to wrap thesethings into a transaction such that if any one of the following fails, thedatabase "creation" is rolledback. Otherwise, I would try deleting on errordetection, but it could get messy.IF @Error = 0BEGINSET @ExecString = 'CREATE DATABASE ' + @FullNameEXEC sp_executesql @ExecStringSET @Error = @@ErrorENDIF @Error = 0BEGINSET @ExecString = 'CREATE TABLE ' + @FullName + '.[dbo].[Image] ( [ID][int] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL, [Blob] [image] NULL , [DateAdded] [datetime]NULL ) ON [PRIMARY] TEXTIMAGE_ON [PRIMARY]'EXEC sp_executesql @ExecStringSET @Error = @@ErrorENDIF @Error = 0BEGINSET @ExecString = 'ALTER TABLE ' + @FullName + '.[dbo].[Image] WITHNOCHECK ADD CONSTRAINT [PK_Image] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED ( [ID] ) ON[PRIMARY]'EXEC sp_executesql @ExecStringSET @Error = @@ErrorEND
For reasons that are not relevant (though I explain them below *), Iwant, for all my users whatever privelige level, an SP which createsand inserts into a temporary table and then another SP which reads anddrops the same temporary table.My users are not able to create dbo tables (eg dbo.tblTest), but arepermitted to create tables under their own user (eg MyUser.tblTest). Ihave found that I can achieve my aim by using code like this . . .SET @SQL = 'CREATE TABLE ' + @MyUserName + '.' + 'tblTest(tstIDDATETIME)'EXEC (@SQL)SET @SQL = 'INSERT INTO ' + @MyUserName + '.' + 'tblTest(tstID) VALUES(GETDATE())'EXEC (@SQL)This becomes exceptionally cumbersome for the complex INSERT & SELECTcode. I'm looking for a simpler way.Simplified down, I am looking for something like this . . .CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.TestInsert ASCREATE TABLE tblTest(tstID DATETIME)INSERT INTO tblTest(tstID) VALUES(GETDATE())GOCREATE PROCEDURE dbo.TestSelect ASSELECT * FROM tblTestDROP TABLE tblTestIn the above example, if the SPs are owned by dbo (as above), CREATETABLE & DROP TABLE use MyUser.tblTest while INSERT & SELECT usedbo.tblTest.If the SPs are owned by the user (eg MyUser.TestInsert), it workscorrectly (MyUser.tblTest is used throughout) but I would have to havea pair of SPs for each user.* I have MS Access ADP front end linked to a SQL Server database. Forreports with complex datasets, it times out. Therefore it suit mypurposes to create a temporary table first and then to open the reportbased on that temporary table.
Hi Minor and inconsequential but sometimes you just gotta know: Is it possible to define a non-primary key index within a Create Table statement? I can create a constraint and a PK. I can create the table and then add the index. I just wondered if you can do it in one statement. e.g. I have: CREATE TABLE MyT (MyT_ID INT Identity(1, 1) CONSTRAINT MyT_PK PRIMARY KEY Clustered, MyT_Desc Char(40) NOT NULL CONSTRAINT MyT_idx1 UNIQUE NONCLUSTERED ON [DEFAULT])which creates a table with a PK and unique constraint. I would like (pseudo SQL):CREATE TABLE MyT (MyT_ID INT Identity(1, 1) CONSTRAINT MyT_PK PRIMARY KEY Clustered, MyT_Desc Char(40) NOT NULL CONSTRAINT MyT_idx1 UNIQUE INDEX NONCLUSTERED ON [DEFAULT]) No big deal - just curious :D Once I know I can stop scouring BOL for clues. Tks in advance
ALTER TRIGGER [dbo].[Trigger1] ON [dbo].[Table1] with execute as SELF AFTER INSERT
I am trying to create a trigger so every time a entry is made on a table, and the Colum1 is 'entry', it starts a job. But the users running the inserts do not have permission to Start jobs so I need to make it run as a super user. Where do i put the syntax in here? I Have tried Execute as login 'superuser' before the exec statement but it errors on the principal not being valid
THe Scenario is We have Tables like parent and Child Table.
Like we have Child Table as Name AcademyContacts,In that we have Columns like
AcademyId(FK), Not Null,
Since we have given Null to ''Workphone'',''Cellphone '', ''Email ID''.when inserting the data into these table if the particular columns are empty while inserting also the data will get populate into the table.And I need is if these columns are ''Workphone'',''Cellphone'' , ''Email ID'' they cant insert the data into table.Like it must trigger like ''Please enter atleast one of these ''Workphone'',''Cellphone'' , ''Email ID'' columns.