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Populate a Table with Stored Proc.

I am looking to populate a Schedule table with information from two
other tables. I am able to populate it row by row, but I have created
tables that should provide all necessary information for me to be
able
to automatically populate a "generic" schedule for a few weeks or
more
at a time.

The schedule table contains:
(pk) schedule_id, start_datetime, end_datetime, shift_employee,
shift_position
A DaysOff table contains:
(pk) emp_id, dayoff_1, dayoff_2 <-- the days off are entered in day
of
week (1-7) form
A CalendarDays table contains:
(pk) date, calendar_dow <-- dow contains the day of week number (as
above) for each day until 2010.
My main question is how to put all of this information together and
have SQL populate the rows with data based on days off. Any
suggestions?

Apr 25 '07 #1
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Nate (na**********@westecnow.com) writes:
I am looking to populate a Schedule table with information from two
other tables. I am able to populate it row by row, but I have created
tables that should provide all necessary information for me to be able
to automatically populate a "generic" schedule for a few weeks or more
at a time.

The schedule table contains:
(pk) schedule_id, start_datetime, end_datetime, shift_employee,
shift_position
A DaysOff table contains:
(pk) emp_id, dayoff_1, dayoff_2 <-- the days off are entered in day
of
week (1-7) form
A CalendarDays table contains:
(pk) date, calendar_dow <-- dow contains the day of week number (as
above) for each day until 2010.
My main question is how to put all of this information together and
have SQL populate the rows with data based on days off. Any
suggestions?
Just as a reminder, in case you are getting old and don't remember
what you did yesterday, you posted this question yesterday as well,
and I replied by asking some questions, and Plamen Ratchev suggested
some queries. I suggest that you go Google news and find the old
thread and review our replies.
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Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, es****@sommarskog.se

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Apr 25 '07 #2
Erland Sommarskog wrote:
Nate (na**********@westecnow.com) writes:
>I am looking to populate a Schedule table with information from two
other tables. I am able to populate it row by row, but I have created
tables that should provide all necessary information for me to be able
to automatically populate a "generic" schedule for a few weeks or more
at a time.

The schedule table contains:
(pk) schedule_id, start_datetime, end_datetime, shift_employee,
shift_position
A DaysOff table contains:
(pk) emp_id, dayoff_1, dayoff_2 <-- the days off are entered in day
of
week (1-7) form
A CalendarDays table contains:
(pk) date, calendar_dow <-- dow contains the day of week number (as
above) for each day until 2010.
My main question is how to put all of this information together and
have SQL populate the rows with data based on days off. Any
suggestions?

Just as a reminder, in case you are getting old and don't remember
what you did yesterday, you posted this question yesterday as well,
and I replied by asking some questions, and Plamen Ratchev suggested
some queries. I suggest that you go Google news and find the old
thread and review our replies.

Hmm. I'm getting old and I don't do daft things like that!
Now, what was I doing before I read this?....
Apr 27 '07 #3

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