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Re: Stored Procedure to create table
Posted by: Mike Demaris
Date: July 14, 2022 08:57AM


I understand what you are saying, and I don't disagree, however the original tables are auto-generated by month and year, the columns and data looking like this:

tagid | intvalue | floatvalue | stringvalue | datevalue | dataintegrity | t_stamp
53 null 866.1231558786465 null null 192 12345678978413132

the primary key consists of tagid and t_stamp.

The data written to these tables comes directly from the machines and controllers. So far I have found from 190k to 400k records in any one table.

What we want to do is move them to another schema to clean things up a bit, then perhaps, find a solution to use a single table for reporting purposes. However, I am not sure that the HMI (human machine interface) would be able to correctly read the recent data accurately.

Anyway, the goal is to create a stored proc that I could use to recreate the tables in another schema, then perform batch inserts, say like 50-100k at a time to reduce server traffic and resources.


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