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The simple answer is yes you can. Let look at a simple CREATE TABLE statement:
CREATE TABLE #Yaks ( YakID int, YakName char(30) )
Temporary tables are created in
tempdb. If you run this query:
CREATE TABLE #Yaks ( YakID int, YakName char(30) ) select name from tempdb..sysobjects where name like '#yak%' drop table #yaks
CREATE TABLE #TibetanYaks( YakID int, YakName char(30) ) INSERT INTO #TibetanYaks (YakID, YakName) SELECT YakID, YakName FROM dbo.Yaks WHERE YakType = 'Tibetan' -- Do some stuff with the table drop table #TibetanYaks
If you are using SQL Server 2000 or higher, you can take advantage of the new TABLE variable type. These are similar to temporary tables except with more flexibility and they always stay in memory. The code above using a table variable might look like this:
DECLARE @TibetanYaks TABLE ( YakID int, YakName char(30) ) INSERT INTO @TibetanYaks (YakID, YakName) SELECT YakID, YakName FROM dbo.Yaks WHERE YakType = 'Tibetan' -- Do some stuff with the table
DECLARE @TibetanYaks TABLE ( YakID int, YakName char(30) ) INSERT INTO @TibetanYaks (YakID, YakName) SELECT YakID, YakName FROM dbo.Yaks WHERE YakType = 'Tibetan' UPDATE @TibetanYaks SET YakName = UPPER(YakName) SELECT * FROM @TibetanYaks
Global Temporary Tables
You can also create global temporary tables. These are named with two pound signs. For example,
##YakHerders is a global temporary table. Global temporary tables are visible to all SQL Server connections. When you create one of these, all the users can see it. These are rarely used in SQL Server.
That shows you an example of creating a temporary table, modifying it, and returning the values to the calling program. I hope this gives you what you were looking for.
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A tutorial on creating a SSIS package that will dump the contents in a flat file into a single database table. It means that the SSIS package will insert multiply text file into database. The video demonstrates it on old version of SSIS but the concept of passing variable as flat file name is the same and it is the main point here.
Here is the video: