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I have a report that requires no variables. You just run it and it delivers all the correct rows to the browser. All the column names match the field names in the MSSQL DB I want to send these rows to.
Here is the sql set up information:
ENGINE SQLMSS SET DEFAULT_CONNECTION wfdata_dev
SET SQLENGINE = SQLMSS
SQL SQLMSS EXEC WFData_dev.dbo.Load_Labor_Records ‘&Job_Title’, &Pay_Grade, ‘&FT_Job_Nbr’, ‘&PT_Job_Nbr’, &Company, &Emp_Status, ‘&Company_Name’, &Business_Unit, ‘&Period_DT’, &Emp_Count;
TABLE FILE SQLOUT
WHERE RECORDLIMIT EQ 2000;
My report is underneath:
[CODE] JOIN . . WHERE . . BY BY .. ON TABLE HOLD SQLOUT END -RUN [CODE]
When I run it the browser prompts me for all 10 of the column names listed after the stored procedure name as if they were amper variables.
I want it to grab this 1400 or so rows and add them to the database.This message has been edited. Last edited by: <Kathryn Henning>,
prod: WF 7.7.03 platform IIS on Windows 2007, databases: Oracle, , MSSQL