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koushik roy <koushikroy_2001@...
> wrote: Hi Team,
I have a need to access data on another server in a
stored proc and as long as I hard code the server
name, it works, but I want to have the server name as
a variable since it will change when we move from
Development to Production.
Example of hard coded server name:
select * from [servername\instancename].[database
I am trying to get this to work:
DECLARE @ServerName varchar(255)
SET @ServerName = '[servername\instancename]'
select * from @ServerName.[databasename].dbo.tablename
Let me know if you have any ideas as to how I can get
this to work. I have tried a "use" command, but it is
only for database (not servers).
Appreciate for your help.
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