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Old February 6th, 2011, 09:18 AM
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Hey guys,

I've got 2 tables...

Computer

Motherboard

now computer has a FK constraint from Motherboards PK so I can no longer do a simple insert without having the motherboard present. That all works correctly.

Now in my ADO I've got an insert statement on Computer which calls a stored proc. Should I pass all my variables to the Stored proc? and call internally other Stored procs from the main one?

Or should ADO be able to handle mapping? I'm confused how I can tell my ADO to insert into Motherboard first and then insert into Computer.
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you can pass all values to same procedure and using the values for motherboard table first insert the record and declare a variable to store the identity of the motherboard table that will be used in the computer's table

e.g

insert into motherboard (col1, col2, col3, ......)
values (@Para1, @Para2, @Para3,....)

Declare @ID
SET @ID = @@SCOPE_IDENTITY

insert into computer (col1, col2, col3, .... , col_fk_motherboard)
values (@Para4, @Para5, @Para6, .... , @ID)


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