I call this stored procedure with a dataset. It always returns a 0 but should return a 1 or 2. Does anybody know why it isn't returning a 1 or 2.
ALTER PROCEDURE dbo.sp_InsertLinkVote @LinkId int, @LinkVoter nvarchar(50), @LinkVotesDateTime datetime, @LinkVotesGoodBad bit AS /* SET NOCOUNT ON */ ã€€ If EXISTS (SELECT * FROM LinkVotes WHERE LinkId=@LinkId and LinkVoter = @LinkVoter )RETURN 1 ELSE INSERT INTO dbo.LinkVotes (LinkId,LinkVoter,LinkVotesDateTime,LinkVotesGoodBad)VALUES (@LinkId,@LinkVoter,@LinkVotesDateTime,@LinkVotesGoodBad)RETURN 2
Here is were a call it in my code behind. Dim VoteCheck As Integer Dim InsertVote As New DataSetStoredProceduresTableAdapters.QueriesTableAdapter VoteCheck = InsertVote.sp_InsertLinkVote(LinkId, User.Identity.Name, DateAndTime. Now, True) '0 is a good vote. If VoteCheck = 0 Then
It seems to insert and not insert correctly, I just cannot get it to return the correct value.
I am developing a page in ASP.Net where I have the user enter a letter into a textbox. They then click a submit button and I all of the userids that start with that letter are to be displayed. So I need the SP to go through the database and match first letters with what was entered. Here is what I have as my code for the SP:
CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.exp2 @testchar Char(1) declare @flag as char(2) set @flag = @testchar + '%' select userid from ex_database where userid like @flag
In my application, users fill out a form to submit a "Job Request" - once they submit the form it is stored as a new row in a table in the Sql database. Each "Job Request" that is submitted is given a "JobID" which is a number and also the primary key of the new row in the database (the number is generated by the database). Once the users hit the "submit" button, I'd like to return the value of the "JobID" (the primary key) so that the user can know what it is. How would I achieve this? In the future, I will have to expand the application so that the users would be able to edit an older "Job Request" and get a similar JobID number (so if before it was 1234, the new one would be 1234-1 or something like that), so this is not simply a matter of searching for the highest number in the primary key field in the table and returning that. I'm using Sql for my database and writing in VB.
iam using asp.net2.0 with c# with sql server 2000 when iam executing the procedure in local system it is working fine.but when iam executing in client system procedure returns null value, i have checked all connection string , and session value all are working
I'm lost as to where to look next. Here is a sample of what I'm doing:
[Code].... The related tableadapter insert statement was autogenerated by VS2008:
INSERT INTO [ProductCycleCountItem] ([ProductCycleCountLocationID], [ProductID], [CountOnly], [Status]) VALUES (@ProductCycleCountLocationID, @ProductID, @CountOnly, @Status); SELECT id, ProductCycleCountLocationID, ProductID, CountOnly, Status FROM ProductCycleCountItem WHERE (id = SCOPE_IDENTITY())
With multiple users it's as if it was returning @@IDENTITY instead of SCOPE_IDENTITY(). The table will look like this:
id Location product
1 A 5321
2 A 8273
3 B 2827
4 A 1743 The returned dataset will look like this:
id Location Product
1 A 5321 2 A 8273 3 A 1743
Is it maybe a SQL Server (2005) setting that's incorrect?
I'm returning one table. My understanding is that a DataSet can be made of more than one DataTable. I also understand that I can use either of these to return my one table.
Is it better to use the DataTable when I have one table to return instead of a DataSet? Is there any advantage of not using the DataSet in a situation like this? Is there a disadvantage to using the DataSet when only one table is being returned? Does this even matter?
Im trying use a storedprocedure where depending on the status of the room if ='Vacant' And checkIn =date and the result will be put in a gridview, but i kept returning an error that says, "Conversion failed when convertng datetime from character string". Heres the code.
I am having trouble with queries because they are not returning the data needed, and I am having trouble figuring out why because I only am testing with 2 records.First I want a query to return all records for one customer as follows:
There are two records with the customerID of 1, but it only returns one,next I try to return only one record, the AccountPrimary or customer_contacts.IsPrimary, but when I add " AND customer_contacts.IsPrimary = 'True' "at the end of my query it then returns both records, but only one IsPrimary = True and the Other = False. Is it backwards? I also tried another method and it returned 30 of the same record and I only have 2
I am trying to use a datasource with a dropdownlist. Eventually, my data source method to call a stored procedure and load the datatable is returns, but for now, I am just creating the datatable manually. I need each item to have two attributes, the text, whixh the user will see in the DDL, and the value that the program will retrieve from and store back to the file.
It is partly working in that the DDL has 3 items, however the text for each item reads "System.Data.DataRowView"
I have to be close, but I can't figure out what I am doing wrong.
I have problem with a stored procedure and function that return the same shape, but as they are different methods LINQ won' t let me cast between the two. Please see code for the two SPROCs below (This is actually simplified to represent the problem, so please don't spend lots of time explaining alternative ways of writing the function/sproc.)
Table Valued Function "getCategories()" SELECT categoryName, categoryID FROM categories SPROC "getUnusedCategories" SELECT categoryName, categoryID FROM CategoryInstances cI FROM dbo.SMAN_getCategories(@SiteMANID, @SectionID) c LEFT JOIN @EntityResultsTable er
I am having problems returning a string value through a stored procedure/linq to a label. Everything works fine if I return an integer value but I cant get a string value to bind to a label. I get the error message
Microsoft.VisualBasic.CompilerServices.Conversions.ParseDouble(String Value, NumberFormatInfo NumberFormat) +201 Microsoft.VisualBasic.CompilerServices.Conversions.ToInteger(String Value) +66 [InvalidCastException: String "System.Data.Linq.SqlClient.SqlPr" to 'Integer' is invalid‚]
This is the stored procedure ALTER PROCEDURE test AS Select ProductName From Products
This is the vb page Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load Dim db As New DataClassesDataContext Dim product As Integer = db.test.ToString Label1.Text = product End Sub
This is the aspx page <form id="form1" runat="server"> <asp:Label ID="Label1" runat="server" Text=""></asp:Label> </form>
Here is the query I have now which returns over 2 million records:
This works, but the result is littered with many rows that contain the same SSN. So how do I return only one row for each ssn? I cant use distinct because all of the other columns are already always different, this would return the same as above.
I have a Procedure which should return only 1 Record on selecting record according to Priority.
BEGIN DECLARE @Accounts nvarchar(MAX) SELECT @Accounts = ISNULL([map_user_modules].[Accounts], '') FROM [map_user_modules] WHERE [map_user_modules].[id_user] = 231 AND [map_user_modules].[id_module] = 5 IF ((@Accounts = '') OR (@Accounts = 'All')) SELECT @Accounts = null
BEGIN Select @@ROWCOUNT as Priority2 END IF @@ROWCOUNT = 1 BEGIN Return END
BEGIN Select @@ROWCOUNT as Priority3 END IF @@ROWCOUNT = 1 BEGIN Return END
BEGIN Select @@ROWCOUNT as Priority4 END IF @@ROWCOUNT = 1 BEGIN Return END
In the above statement Suppose we take a scenario where Select @@ROWCOUNT as Priority3 is executed, I get two tables returned, One is the Table returned by Select @@ROWCOUNT as Priority3 and the other is the Table returned by Select @@ROWCOUNT as Priority2 which has no Records. How can I eliminate the Empty table that returns no records.
I am using SqlHelper.ExecuteDataset(MyConnectionString, CommandType.StoredProcedure, "GetInformation", new SqlParameter("@ID", ID));
In my stored Procedure, I am doing a lot of calculation with joins and it took 19 sec to execute at my sql Server 2008. My application had been working perfectly for 5 days but now as database increases, I found a problem that my connection is breaking at that point. At Sql Server, it execute fine but when I add a breakpoint and watch the stored procedure is returning null.
How to start at a specific record and returning only the next 5 records with T-SQL command
That is my concatenated SQL statement but it obviously does not work because it only looks at the top 5 records in the entire table instead of what I intended which would be to look at the top 5 records starting with the record where PostNumber equals the value of lastPost. I have been searching for a T-SQL statement that will allow me to do this but I can't find one.
Sub PFTFormView_ItemUpdating(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As FormViewUpdateEventArgs) Dim PFTObj As New PFT Dim PFTDST As New Data.DataSet Dim newPFTLastName As String = DirectCast(PFTFormView.FindControl("txtPFTLastName"), TextBox).Text Dim newPFTFirstName As String = DirectCast(PFTFormView.FindControl("txtPFTFirstName"), TextBox).Text PFTObj.PFTLastName = newPFTLastName PFTObj.PFTFirstName = newPFTFirstName PFTObj.PFTHome = DirectCast(PFTFormView.FindControl("txtPFTHome"), TextBox).Text If PFTObj.UpdatePFT(Session("PFTId")) Then Me.lblErrorMessage.Text = "PFT Update Successfully" Else ' Me.lblErrorMessage.Text = "PFT Update UnSuccessfully" End If PFTDST = Nothing PFTObj = Nothing end sub