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create sp to update foreign key identity columns

create sp to update foreign key identity columns

create sp to update foreign key identity columns

(OP)
I am trying to create a stored procedure that I can call when I have completed data entry for the assessments that occurred for a patient at a visit.  I want the stored procedure to update the tbl_Patient_Visit with the FK identity columns found in each assessment table.  

Thus far I have something like...
Create Procedure (update_Patient_Visit)
(@v_id  [int],
 @testa  [int],
 @testb [int])

AS UPDATE [database].[dbo].[Patient_Visit)

SELECT @IDENT_CURRENT('testa')
SELECT @IDENT_CURRENT('testb')

WHERE v_id = v_id

GO

I know there are considerable errors, especially since I wish to specify that the tbl_patient_visit.v_id = tbl_testa.v_id.

Any guidance would he extremely helpful. Thank you!!

RE: create sp to update foreign key identity columns

(OP)
Please disregard this post, I have read a few other postings which explained how update queries work with .adp databases and I think that update queries will be the best way to accomplish the task.  Thank you!

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