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Default OUTPUT keyword on 2000?


Hi all, help is needed!

I'm running this query:
"INSERT INTO location (x,y) OUTPUT INSERTED.Location_ID VALUES ("+x+","+y+")"

which works fine on my SQL EXPRESS 2005 (i get the id back, which is a must).
However, my server has SQL 2000, and when i try to run the query i get an exception:
" Line 1: Incorrect syntax near 'OUTPUT' "

Anyone knows a workaround
How can you run such a query on 2000

Thanks!!!


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What are you trying to output, the values of x and y or the id of the location table?

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