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Dynamic SQL queries that update date parameters



Apologies for what may be a very basic question, but I haven't been able to find an answer on this.


I'm working with several lookup tables that run on SQL queries. I would like to refresh these source queries for the most recent day without having to manually set the parameters on each one to pull data for the given date range. 


Additionally, is there a way to append query results as additional rows in the table without having to re-run the entire query? That way I can simply pull the most recent results for that day.

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Hi @AaronClements 


It seems you may use parameters in your query like this post.Then create a new append query to append these new tables.For further,please refer to below article.



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If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Thank you for your reply, @v-cherch-msft. I checked that thread, but I still was unable to find a way to dynamically update strings of SQL text to adjust my query. Would I be able to do that with the solution in that thread?

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