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Stored Procedure Returning Multiple Rows
Posted by: marc jeeves
Date: November 30, 2019 12:45PM

I'm trying to write a stored procedure that will call another stored procedure that generated a unique key (this is working fine) , but i get an error message about multiple rows, how can i change my procedure below to make it work?

Thanks Madaxe

DECLARE next_val int(11);
DECLARE i int;

CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE lekodata.TempTable (objectid int);

SET i = 1;

loop_loop: LOOP

SET i = i + 1;
IF i <= NumberOfObjectIDs THEN
INSERT INTO lekodata.TempTable SELECT lekodata.NextObjectID(1);
ITERATE loop_loop;
LEAVE loop_loop;

END LOOP loop_loop;

SELECT count(*) FROM lekodata.TempTable into next_val;

DROP TEMPORARY TABLE lekodata.TempTable;

RETURN next_val;

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