Updating a stored procedure

INSERT-EXEC The simplest approach that doesn’t require making any changes to your perfectly good stored procedure is to declare a temporary table with the appropriate schema to match what the sproc outputs.

Then INSERT the stored procedure’s results into the temp table and SELECT from it.

Once you call your stored procedure, you retrieve the value from the OUT parameter with the appropriate get XXX() method.

Ultimately I want my SQL server reporting services report to call procedure A, and then only show table a after the procedure has finished.

For more information about what data types can be used as output parameters, see CREATE PROCEDURE (Transact-SQL).

The following example shows a procedure with an input and an output parameter.

An example looks like this: This is the approach I favor when I simply need to apply a WHERE or an ORDER BY to an existing stored procedure.

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