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controlled insert statements in a stored proc

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :
 

can any one pls tell me if it is able to do something like this inside stored procedure, i  know its possible in ssis or using sql agent jobs and schedule step wise, but within a stored proc, is it possible

task 1:

insert into table1

select * from table 1

 

if (task1) succeds

task2:

insert into table 2

select * from source2

task3:(execute only if task 2 succeeds)

insert into table3

select * from source 3

 

 




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