The problem is I have hundreds of tables each with a different column list and syntax, 
I don't want to have to create a SP for each table. There really has to be an easy way 
to do this. Now my sql server is saying this:

Connection is busy with results for another hstmt, SQL state S1000

..... it looks like I'll have to take my chances with select max() 

<>< Ryan

-----Original Message-----
From: Bernain, Fernando G. [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
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You can use this inside an stored procedure, for instance:

CREATE PROCEDURE SP_INSERT_TRANSACCION
@transacfecha datetime,
@observacion char(100)
 AS
INSERT INTO Transaccion(transacfecha, observacion)
VALUES(
@transacfecha,
@observacion
)
SELECT @@IDENTITY AS 'nrotrans'
END

In this example, I insert two values with this sp in a table with and
Identity column. So, the SP return the value of the transaccion generated...
You've got the idea???


Fernando Bernain
Senior A
Business Process Outsourcing

KPMG Argentina
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From: Ryan Jameson (USA) [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
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This doesn't work as expected through ODBC... it does not seem to return any
value...

<>< Ryan

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This is from de books online (MSSQL).

@@IDENTITY (T-SQL)
Returns the last-inserted identity value. 

Syntax
@@IDENTITY

Return Types
numeric

Remarks
After an INSERT, SELECT INTO, or bulk copy statement completes, @@IDENTITY
contains the last identity value generated by the statement. If the
statement did not affect any tables with identity columns, @@IDENTITY
returns NULL. If multiple rows are inserted, generating multiple identity
values, @@IDENTITY returns the last identity value generated. If the
statement fires one or more triggers that perform inserts that generate
identity values, calling @@IDENTITY immediately after the statement returns
the last identity value generated by the triggers. The @@IDENTITY value does
not revert to a previous setting if the INSERT or SELECT INTO statement or
bulk copy fails, or if the transaction is rolled back.

Examples
This example inserts a row into a table with an identity column and uses
@@IDENTITY to display the identity value used in the new row.

INSERT INTO jobs (job_desc,min_lvl,max_lvl)

VALUES ('Accountant',12,125)

SELECT @@IDENTITY AS 'Identity'

  

Fernando Bernain
Senior A
Business Process Outsourcing

KPMG Argentina
Tel: 54 11 4316 5754
Fax: 54 11 4316 5734
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-----Original Message-----
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for MS SQL and Oracle does anyone know a more reliable way to do this than
select max(ID) immediately after the insert? It seems silly that I'd have to
take my chances that another has been inserted in between.

<>< Ryan

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Try $last=mysql_insert_id();

Jochem

Doug Coning wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> How do I do this:
> 
> I need a PHP page that simply creates a "blank" record so that I have the
> record's ID (which is automatically generated).  That same page then needs
> to return the record ID back so that I know what the ID is.  I will later
> allow that record's information to be populated based on the ID it first
> returned.
> 
> How would I do this?
> 
> Thank you, thank you!
> 
> Doug Coning
> 
> 
> 


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