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Powershell SQL sp with Query Results

Powershell SQL sp with Query Results

Powershell SQL sp with Query Results

(OP)
I am trying to do something like the example below.  I want to run a sql query and then execute a sp using the query result.  


QUERY:
    SELECT ID from zSYSUSER WHERE HRID = XXXXX
----->  This returns the result of a zSYSUSERID of YYYYY

SP:
    EXEX spUpdTerminatedStatus 'T','HRID','03/20/2012','YYYYY'
 

RE: Powershell SQL sp with Query Results

(OP)
Where I've gotten so far.  I am using the following to try and save the query results as a variable and then pass to the stored procedure.  

$x = invoke-sqlcmd -query "SELECT ID from zSysUser WHERE HRID = 1111" -database DATABASENAME -serverinstance SERVERNAME

This will save the variable fine, but I believe it is saving the row now the ID

Then to run the SP

invoke-sqlcmd "EXEC spUpdTerminatedStatus 'T','HRID','DATE','$x'" -database DATABASENAME -serverinstance SERVERNAME

This will not run because it is saving $x as system.data.datarow and not system.int32 which the SP is looking for an int for $x

Thoughts?

RE: Powershell SQL sp with Query Results

How are you casting that variable?
Try

CODE --> PowerShell

[int]$x = invoke-sqlcmd -query "SELECT ID from zSysUser WHERE HRID = 1111" -database DATABASENAME -serverinstance SERVERNAME

and if that doesn't work

CODE --> PowerShell

$x = invoke-sqlcmd -query "SELECT ID from zSysUser WHERE HRID = 1111" -database DATABASENAME -serverinstance SERVERNAME

invoke-sqlcmd "EXEC spUpdTerminatedStatus 'T','HRID','DATE','[int]$x'" -database DATABASENAME -serverinstance SERVERNAME

 

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RE: Powershell SQL sp with Query Results

(OP)
It was giving me issues with converting datarow to int32 with both your methods.  My workaround, although probably not optimal was

[int]$y = $x[0]
then calling the SP with $y

RE: Powershell SQL sp with Query Results

Okay. Glad you got it to work.  

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