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Jul 26, 2006

how can i use multiple values in IN CLAUSE in a SQL query, that too when the number of values are changing at runtime.

complete SQL code required...............

I have following picture in mind but the values(in IN clause) are changing at Runtime

DECLARE @groups TABLE (group_id int)

SELECT * FROM abc WHERE abc_id IN (SELECT group_id FROM @groups)

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I might not have made my problem quite clear enough. My table has one column labeled value. The value in that table is linked through an ID field to another table where the ID's are broken down to one ID =Number of Hours, One ID = Grade and One ID= type of work.

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Thanks for the suggestions that were made, I apoligize for not making the problem clearer.

Here is a copy of what I'm attempting to accomplish. I didn't have it with me last night when posting.



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FROM student s

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Stack overflow occurs when you run a query that contains a large number of arguments inside an IN or a NOT IN clause in SQL Server

Is there a way to secure SQL Server from queries like that?
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Worf

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Here is some data that will explain what I want to do:

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Part ColorCode
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