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I have a query here that I want to store the photo image and its history.
I ran into this "Must Declare the scalar variable" message when I am trying to use the @my Table again. DECLARE @my Table Table (ID INT, thumbnail varbinary(MAX)) INSERT INTO dbo.
Inspection_Photo_Thumbnail Select ID, Thumbnail From @my Table INSERT INTO dbo.
Inspection_Photo_Hist (PK_Photo, Row Guid, Hea_ID, Photo, Enter Date, Enter By, Mod Date, Mod By, Type) Values (@my Table.