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Create procedure for inserting record into table : Table name dynamically as an Param

 
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Hi I am trying to create a procedure which will insert record in to one table but for inserting record i need to specify table name dynamically which will come as input parameter to my procedure.

i have written the following procedure for the same


Error Stack Trace


Can anybody help me out with this. thats the issue. i am declaring the tableName variable but its still showing the error.

I am using MS SQL Server 2000.

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Jigar Naik
 
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Jigar,
You cannot use a parameter in place of a table name.
You must replace the parameter with the actual table name before you send the INSERT statement to the database.
Perhaps consider using class "java.text.MessageFormat"?

Good Luck,
Avi.
 
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You don't have access to MessageFormat in Transact-SQL. See your other post for a way of doing this.
 
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