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I have created a stored procedure that executes another stored procedure from a different database.

This statement is working 100%.
EXEC GES.dbo.pSEL_SyncTechItemLevelByUnitAndItemID

I want to call a stored procedure when selecting a different database name in a select statement and call the select statement in exec.

When I do the following statements I get an error.

SELECT @StrConfig=ConfigValue FROM lConfig WHERE ConfigName = 'GESDBName'
- Selecting the database name (GES)from the table
EXEC @StrConfig.dbo.pSEL_SyncTechItemLevelByUnitAndItemID

Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Procedure pSEL_GlobalStocklist, Line 28
Incorrect syntax near '.'.

What's wrong with the Exec statment?

Posted 26-Nov-12 23:00pm
Updated 27-Nov-12 0:26am
Maksud Saifullah Pulak 30-Nov-12 11:09am
You might use another connection string.

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Solution 1

Try like below:

SELECT @StrConfig=ConfigValue FROM lConfig WHERE ConfigName = 'GESDBName'
SET @sql='EXEC ' + @StrConfig + '.dbo.pSEL_SyncTechItemLevelByUnitAndItemID'
EXEC sp_executesql @sql

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