if exists (select * from dbo.sysobjects
where id = object_id(N'[dbo].[sp_generate_insert_script]')
and objectproperty(id, N'IsProcedure') = 1)
drop procedure [dbo].[sp_generate_insert_script]
go

create procedure sp_generate_insert_script
@tablename_mask sysname = NULL
as
begin

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-- Stored Procedure: sp_generate_insert_script
-- Language: Microsoft Transact SQL (7.0)
-- Author: Inez Boone (inez.boone@xs4al.nl)
-- working on the Sybase version of & thanks to:
-- Reinoud van Leeuwen (reinoud@xs4all.nl)
-- Version: 1.4
-- Date: December 6th, 2000
-- Description: This stored procedure generates an SQL script to fill the
-- tables in the database with their current content.
-- Parameters: IN: @tablename_mask : mask for tablenames
-- History: 1.0 October 3rd 1998 Reinoud van Leeuwen
-- first version for Sybase
-- 1.1 October 7th 1998 Reinoud van Leeuwen
-- added limited support for text fields; the first 252
-- characters are selected.
-- 1.2 October 13th 1998 Reinoud van Leeuwen
-- added support for user-defined datatypes
-- 1.3 August 4 2000 Inez Boone
-- version for Microsoft SQL Server 7.0
-- use dynamic SQL, no intermediate script
-- 1.4 December 12 2000 Inez Boone
-- handles quotes in strings, handles identity columns
-- 1.5 December 21 2000 Inez Boone
-- Output sorted alphabetically to assist db compares,
-- skips timestamps
-- 1.6 June 10 2005 Beatchoi@yahoo.co.kr
-- added support for reserver keyword
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-- NOTE: If, when executing in the Query Analyzer, the result is truncated, you can remedy
-- this by choosing Query / Current Connection Options, choosing the Advanced tab and
-- adjusting the value of 'Maximum characters per column'.
-- Unchecking 'Print headers' will get rid of the line of dashes.


declare @tablename varchar (128)
declare @tablename_max varchar (128)
declare @tableid int
declare @columncount numeric (7,0)
declare @columncount_max numeric (7,0)
declare @columnname varchar (30)
declare @columntype int
declare @string varchar (30)
declare @leftpart varchar (8000) /* 8000 is the longest string SQLSrv7 can EXECUTE */
declare @rightpart varchar (8000) /* without having to resort to concatenation */
declare @hasident int


set nocount on

-- take ALL tables when no mask is given (!)

if (@tablename_mask is NULL)
begin
select @tablename_mask = '%'
end


-- create table columninfo now, because it will be used several times

create table #columninfo (num numeric (7,0) identity,name varchar(30),usertype smallint)

select name,id into #tablenames
from sysobjects
where type in ('U' ,'S')
and name like @tablename_mask

-- loop through the table #tablenames

select @tablename_max = MAX (name),@tablename = MIN (name)
from #tablenames

while @tablename <= @tablename_max
begin
select @tableid = id
from #tablenames
where name = @tablename

if (@@rowcount <> 0)
begin
-- Find out whether the table contains an identity column
select @hasident = max( status & 0x80 )
from syscolumns
where id = @tableid

truncate table #columninfo

insert into #columninfo (name,usertype)
select name, type
from syscolumns C
where id = @tableid
and type <> 37 -- do not include timestamps

-- Fill @leftpart with the first part of the desired insert-statement, with the fieldnames

select @leftpart = 'select ''insert into '+@tablename
select @leftpart = @leftpart + '('
select @columncount = MIN (num),@columncount_max = MAX (num)
from #columninfo


while @columncount <= @columncount_max
begin
select @columnname = quotename([name]),@columntype = usertype
from #columninfo
where num = @columncount

if (@@rowcount <> 0)

begin
if (@columncount < @columncount_max)
begin
select @leftpart = @leftpart + @columnname + ','
end
else
begin
select @leftpart = @leftpart + @columnname + ')'
end
end
select @columncount = @columncount + 1
end



select @leftpart = @leftpart + ' values('''

-- Now fill @rightpart with the statement to retrieve the values of the fields, correctly formatted

select @columncount = MIN (num),
@columncount_max = MAX (num)
from #columninfo


select @rightpart = ''

while @columncount <= @columncount_max
begin
select @columnname = quotename(name),@columntype = usertype
from #columninfo
where num = @columncount

if (@@rowcount <> 0)
begin

if @columntype in (39,47) /* char fields need quotes (except when entering NULL);
* use char(39) == ', easier readable than escaping
*/
begin
select @rightpart = @rightpart + '+'
select @rightpart = @rightpart + 'ISNULL(' + replicate( char(39), 4 ) + '+replace(' + @columnname + ','
+ replicate( char(39), 4 ) + ',' + replicate( char(39), 6) + ')+' + replicate ( char(39), 4 ) + ',''NULL'')'
end

else if @columntype = 35 /* TEXT fields cannot be RTRIM-ed and need quotes */
/* convert to VC 1000 to leave space for other fields */
begin
select @rightpart = @rightpart + '+'
select @rightpart = @rightpart + 'ISNULL(' + replicate( char(39), 4 ) + '+replace (convert(varchar(1000),'
+ @columnname + ')' + ',' + replicate( char(39), 4 ) + ',' + replicate( char(39), 6 ) + ')+'
+ replicate( char(39), 4 ) + ',''NULL'')'
end

else if @columntype in (58,61,111) /* datetime fields */
begin
select @rightpart = @rightpart + '+'
select @rightpart = @rightpart + 'ISNULL(' + replicate( char(39), 4 ) + '+convert (varchar(20),'
+ @columnname + ')+'+ replicate( char(39), 4 ) + ',''NULL'')'
end

else /* numeric types */
begin
select @rightpart = @rightpart + '+'
select @rightpart = @rightpart + 'ISNULL(convert(varchar(99),' + @columnname + '),''NULL'')'
end

if ( @columncount < @columncount_max)
begin
select @rightpart = @rightpart + '+'','''
end

end
select @columncount = @columncount + 1
end
end

select @rightpart = @rightpart + '+'')''' + ' from ' + @tablename

-- Order the select-statements by the first column so you have the same order for
-- different database (easy for comparisons between databases with different creation orders)

select @rightpart = @rightpart + ' order by 1'

-- For tables which contain an identity column we turn identity_insert on
-- so we get exactly the same content

if @hasident > 0
select 'SET IDENTITY_INSERT ' + @tablename + ' ON'

exec ( @leftpart + @rightpart )

if @hasident > 0
select 'SET IDENTITY_INSERT ' + @tablename + ' OFF'

select @tablename = MIN (name)
from #tablenames
where name > @tablename

end

end
return

실행방법

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Exec SP_insert titles

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출력화면

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insert into titles( title_id, title, type, pub_id, price, advance, royalty, ytd_sales, notes, pubdate )

values( VarChar(6), VarChar(80), Char(12), Char(4), Money(8), Money(8), Int(4), Int(4), VarChar(200), DateTime
(8) )

====================================================================================


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