Output cluase – sql

Returns information from, or expressions based on, each row affected by an INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, or MERGE statement. These results can be returned to the processing application for use in such things as confirmation messages, archiving, and other such application requirements. The results can also be inserted into a table or table variable. Additionally, you can capture the results of an OUTPUT clause in a nested INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, or MERGE statement, and insert those results into a target table or view.

select recently added record ID

–using outpu clause
declare @t as table (id int,name nvarchar(50),salary int)

insert into mydata..Mydata
output inserted.id,inserted.name,inserted.salary into @t(id,name,salary)
values (77,’name’,550000)
select max(id) from @t

insert into [mydata].[dbo].[EmpData] values (‘NAME’,’2011-02-02′,’ADDRESS’)

—  select @@IDENTITY

–using normal query

declare @id int = 7, @name nvarchar(50) = ‘OLP’ , @salary int = 34999
INSERT INTO mydata..Mydata values(@id,@name,@salary)
select @id
select * from mydata..Mydata



–Retrieve the most recent record from a database

FROM [mydata].[dbo].[EmpData]

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