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Default Problems returning count in Stored Procedure

I have a stored procedure that loops through various tables to get the counts of listings in certain areas. The first part works fine. The second part always returns 0 for the count. I have the SP writing out the select count SQL statement, and when I run that in qry analyzer, it returns the correct count. What do I have to do/change to make the second part of my SP return te correct count?

Any help will be appreciated. The problem is in the block IF @type=A on the line where I set @count
I have marked this line below.

Thanks in advance,

Code below:

CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.sp_CompanyAreaCount


DECLARE @area varchar(50)
DECLARE @count int
DECLARE @type char(1)
DECLARE @mlsAreas varchar(200)
DECLARE @tempAreas varchar(200)

SELECT AreaName, AreaType FROM CompanyArea


FETCH NEXT FROM cl into @area, @type


    IF @type = 'C'
            SET @count = (Select Count(*) as listingCount FROM listing WHERE City = @area)
             UPDATE CompanyAreaTest SET Listings = @count WHERE AreaName = @area AND AreaType = 'C'
    IF @type = 'A'
            SET @mlsAreas = ''
            DECLARE cm CURSOR FOR
            SELECT IsNull(MLSArea, -1) FROM CompanyAreaDetail WHERE AreaName = @area
            OPEN cm
            FETCH NEXT FROM cm into @tempAreas
            WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
                set @mlsAreas = @mlsAreas + @tempAreas + ','
                FETCH NEXT FROM cm INTO @tempAreas
        set @mlsAreas = @mlsAreas + '-1'
  Problem here --> SET @count = (Select Count(*) as listingCount FROM dbo.listing WHERE mapArea1 IN (@mlsAreas) AND mapArea1 <> '')
        UPDATE CompanyAreaTest SET Listings = @count WHERE AreaName = @area AND AreaType = 'A'
        print @area
        print @mlsAreas
        print @count
        print "Select Count(*) as ListingCount FROM listing WHERE mapArea1 IN (" + @mlsAreas + ") AND MapArea1 <> ''"
             CLOSE cm
             DEALLOCATE cm

        FETCH NEXT FROM cl INTO @area, @type

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I figured it out. I had to remove the 'AS ListingCount' from both queries.

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