set verify off set serveroutput on accept p_ename prompt'Please enter the employee name:' accept p_cname prompt'Please enter the customer name:' accept p_typeno prompt 'Please enter the call type number:' accept p_comp prompt'Please enter the company name:' DECLARE v_callno number(3); --v_date :=sysdate; --v_cname:='&p_cname'; v_ename staff.name%type:='&p_ename'; --v_typeno :='&p_typeno'; --v_comp :='&p_comp'; v_support staff.job%type; BEGIN v_callno :=sql%rowcount; select job into v_support from staff where &p_typeno=30 and v_ename in('JAMAL','KAMAL','WAEL I.','WAEL S.','AJI'); INSERT INTO call_info values(v_callno,sysdate,'&p_cname','&p_ename','&p_typeno','&p_comp','v_s uppo rt'); COMMIT; END;
This would be more appropriately asked in a development forum related to the language you are using. I generically understand the code, but I have no idea what you are trying to do or where the data comes from. It is not a problem with SQL Server.
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