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Help Identifying What Wrong W/ Query Syntax - sp_send_dbmail

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 08, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server


I know that I have probably done more than a few incorrect things in this statement but it works when I run it in the studio so I am not sure why it will not work when trying to use it from within sp_send_dbmail. I am pretty much new and learning as I go but this one has me lost.

My Error:

Only one expression can be specified in the select list when the subquery is not introduced with EXISTS.

Here is what I am trying to run from Studio to validate that the syntax is correct before attempting to set it as a scheduled task.

DECLARE @like1 varchar(100);
SET @like1 = '%-LOST-%'; 
DECLARE @like2 varchar(100);
SET @like2 = 'LOST%-'; 
SET @sql = (SELECT ProfileName, LoginUser, ProfileDate, Filename, Product, Version, StartUp, Inuse, ServiceStatus, ServiceStartType, LastUsedTime, Directory
	  FROM computers c left outer join software s on c.id=s.id and filename='Flash10e.ocx' 
	  WHERE ProfileDate > GetDate()-1 
	  and (ProfileName not like @like1 and ProfileName not like @like2)
	  and version <> '10,1,82,76'
	  SELECT ProfileName, LoginUser, ProfileDate, Filename, Product, Version, StartUp, Inuse, ServiceStatus, ServiceStartType, LastUsedTime, Directory
	  FROM computers c left outer join software s on c.id=s.id and filename='Flash10i.ocx' 
	  WHERE ProfileDate > GetDate()-1

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