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sparrow37
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Posted - 05/01/2013 :  08:56:50  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

I have a table named hr_Folders with following info:

FolderId FolderName EmployeeId NumberOfEntries IsDeleted
1 Folder 1 9 1 0
2 Folder 2 9 1 0
3 Folder 3 9 1 0

and there is another table hr_EmployeeSavedRegistrants where folderids are saved as | separated list like this:

ID EmployeeID RegistrantID FolderID
44 9 4 1|2
45 9 5 1|3
46 9 6 2

I want to create a stored procedure where when i pass folderid and employeeid, it deletes that folder from hr_folder and then update the hr_EmployeeSavedRegistrants table's FolderId column accordingly ( remove the folderid from folderid column list and if there is one folderid in hr_EmployeeSavedRegistrants, then delete that row like row 3 in hr_EmployeeSavedRegistrants)

so far written code is:

CREATE PROC GetResumeCountInfolder

@Folder int

AS

DECLARE @FolderIDs VARCHAR(100)
SELECT @FolderIDs = FolderID from hr_EmployeeSavedRegistrants
where deleted = 0
and EmployeeID= 9

Please suggest how to do it

Thanks

Edited by - sparrow37 on 05/01/2013 09:22:23

waterduck
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Posted - 05/01/2013 :  22:51:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

declare @hr_Folders TABLE(FolderId int, FolderName varchar(8), EmployeeId int, NumberOfEntries int, IsDeleted int)
insert into @hr_Folders values 
(1, 'Folder 1', 9, 0, 1), 
(2, 'Folder 2', 9, 0, 1),
(3, 'Folder 3', 9, 0, 1)

declare @hr_EmployeeSavedRegistrants TABLE(ID int, EmployeeID int, RegistrantID int, FolderID varchar(10))
insert into @hr_EmployeeSavedRegistrants values
(44, 9, 4, '1|2'),
(45, 9, 5, '1|3'), 
(46, 9, 6, '2')

UPDATE a 
SET a.FolderID = STUFF((SELECT '|' + CAST(FolderId AS VARCHAR) FROM @hr_Folders b WHERE a.EmployeeID = b.EmployeeID AND b.IsDeleted = 0 FOR XML PATH('')), 1, 1, '')
FROM @hr_EmployeeSavedRegistrants a

Edited by - waterduck on 05/01/2013 22:54:09
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visakh16
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India
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Posted - 05/02/2013 :  01:31:52  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

CREATE PROC GetResumeCountInfolder
@EmployeeID int,
@FolderID int

AS

DELETE h
FROM hr_Folders h
WHERE FolderID = @FolderID
AND EmployeeID = @EmployeeID

UPDATE hr_EmployeeSavedRegistrants 
SET FolderID = REPLACE('|' + FolderID + '|','|' + CAST(@FolderID AS varchar(10)) + '|','|')
WHERE '|' + FolderID + '|' LIKE '%|' + CAST(@FolderID AS varchar(10)) + '|%'

DELETE r
FROM hr_EmployeeSavedRegistrants r
WHERE FolderID = '|'
GO


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