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Old July 22nd, 2013, 07:14 AM
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Don't insert into a table if value is null or empty

Hi,
Iím new to sql server.
I have three parameter coming from a asp.net application which wonít always have a value.
(below is the the sql insert statement I have in my store procedure at the moment )
insert into sometable( Range , GroupID )
values (@Range, @GroupID),(@Range1, @GroupID),(@Range2, @GroupID);

Is there a way to insert only the parameter that are full and skip the one that arenít. Because currently Iím get empty fields with a GroupID number attached.
Thanks
PEJ

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