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Tip of the Day
Language: SQL
Expertise: Intermediate
Oct 14, 2016

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Using the @@rowcount Global Variable in SQL

After each Transact-SQL statement, the server sets the value of this variable to the total number of records affected by it. It can be used to verify the success of selected operations:

SQL Server sets the value of the @@rowcount variable after each T-SQL statement to the total number of records affected by the statement. The @@rowcount variable is usually used to verify success of a certain query. Here is a small example:

SELECT ID, StudentName, StudentSurname, StudentAge

INTO AugustStudents

FROM CurrentStudents

WHERE CourseFinishDate < '2016-09-01'


IF @@rowcount = 0

PRINT "No rows were copied!"
Hannes du Preez
 
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