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Asked on 2004-09-01 at 08:19:41ID: 25476806

Merge Statement to merge variables with table

by: atlvandyguy250

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I know typically that when using a Merge statement, one is merging the values of one table into another.  In my case, i have the current values I want to determine if I need to insert or update but they are in variables, and not a table.  How do I use the Merge statement when right after my USING I would like to put my variables rather than a SELECT statement?

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