DataSource Controls :: Stored Procedure Count To String
Jun 27, 2010
I have a several count stored procedures that are binding to gridview nicely for individual items. I now want a ful count of row so I use a stored procedure with:
Which works fine when testing in the DB and returns results like it should. My problem is that for the life me I cannot work how to display the results to a Label.Text or how to do it when my calendar has posted back thats where @LogDate comes from).
I am confused here as to how to handle this. I have a stroed procedure that using the IN clause like so:
Now, partners can be either a single partner ID like so: 12345 or it can be many like: 12345, 22222, 33333Here is the sqlDataReader from my code:
When partner_list contains only one partner id like "12345" it works fine. If it has more than one then the DataReader states that there are no rows in the reader? I also tried to send the dealer list as a string with ticks, like '12345','22222','33333' but that doesnt work either.
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>
I'm trying to pass the text value of a text box as a query string value to a stored procedure. I was hoping someone could point me in the right direction. Button Code:
The results page datalist:
Code Behind of results page:
I'm sure i've got this entirely backwards. However if I change the NULL value in the stored procedure with some string value (eg."Donkeys") it pulls all the values that contain "Donkeys" into the datalist on my results page.
Is it possible to save execute stored proc command in a string variable and then execute string variable? Does this logic fits into LINQ2SQL? Why I want to do this - INstead of passing user control references to server, I want to save user control values to string in client side java script and then pass string to server to do actual stored proc execution. Hopefully this will improve performance.
My question is: I have update stored procedure in my database (simple update stmt) I am finding difficulty in writing a ADO.Net(C#) connection string for update stored procedure. i have 4 columns and i first 3 columns have constant values. The 4th column values needs to be updated. At the same time i need to increment and then update the table.
Initially, I have tried to use stored procedure. But I changed my mind and preferred to call sql query in codebase with command text. However, it stills tries to find initially-called stored procedure (which is neither called or exists).I think that it is related caching. But I tried it with different browsers it did not work.What might be the reason?
The database I am using has a schema called EQB and as such, my stored procedures are named as EQB.usp_SelectFunds, EQB.usp_SelectAccount, etc.
On the select tab of the Configure Data Source screen, I choose to use a stored procedure. The dropdown shows my stored procedures, however, the schema name does not show up in front of the stored procedures in the drop down. I see only usp_SelectFunds, usp_SelectAccount, etc.
I select one of the stored procedures and when I click TEST, I get the message that the stored procedure is not found. If I instead choose to use a SQL statement instead on the configuration screen and enter EXEC EQB.usp_SelectFunds and click TEST, it works fine.
Why are my stored procedures not showing up correctly in the stored procedure drop down and how can I fix this?
I have an aggregate stored procedure (named sp2) that returns a count of records meeting a certain criteria ASrecCount. I am using a DAL per the ASP.NET tutorial and have created a Table Adapter (named sp2TableAdapter) with GetData and Fill methods. I have a button on an ASP.NET page that launches an event handler. In the button's event handler, I have this line: sp2TableAdapter sp2 = new sp2TableAdapter(); What works so far:
This code will bind the value of sp2 to a data control:
When running this page and clicking the button, the numeric value of recCount returned from sp2 is bound to the DropDownList control and 1 row is poplated with the recCount value (in my case 1451).
Problem: In the event handler, I do not want to bind the value of recCount to a control, but want to to use it in some logic as an integer. What is the C# code that will do this? (In place of the DropDownList control lines above)
I am trying to return single string result through a stored procedure and Linq. This works fine when I test the stored procedure but it is not returning the value to the page. The value returned is always 0 which is the return value. This is the stored procedure:
ALTER PROCEDURE Login @CustomerName nvarchar(50), @Password nvarchar(50) output As Select @Password=Password From Customers Where Customers.CustomerName=@CustomerName
This is the vb ALTER PROCEDURE Login @CustomerName nvarchar(50), @Password nvarchar(50) output As Select @Password=Password From Customers Where Customers.CustomerName=@CustomerName is the code created by the designer
This is the designer function <FunctionAttribute(Name:="dbo.Login")> _ Public Function Login(<Parameter(Name:="CustomerName", DbType:="NVarChar(50)")> ByVal customerName
As String, <Parameter(Name:="Password", DbType:="NVarChar(50)")> ByRef password As String) As IntegerDim result As IExecuteResult = Me.ExecuteMethodCall(Me, CType(MethodInfo.GetCurrentMethod,MethodInfo), customerName, password) password = CType(result.GetParameterValue(1),String) End Function
I created a database on SQL Server 2005 developer edition with MS SQL Server Mangement Studio Express. Now I created code that accessess a stored procedure named 'pS_TableData'. However I have one problem the code raises an exception "Could not find stored procedure 'pS_TableData 'Letters''."the code looks like this:
Note I am using (for now) the same connection that I used to create my database so in essence my web site is the administrator. I tried a simple SELECT from a table with the same connection and it raised no exceptions!When I run EXECUTE ps_TableData 'Letters' in SSMS it has no . I also tried EXECUTE ps_TableData 'Letters' as the command paramated for SqlCommand but it had the same effect
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
So I'm working with SQL Server 2005 and I'm having trouble saving a stored procedure. (I've only used an Apache server before, and for nothing as complex as the project I'm working on)
Nonetheless, the problem is that I don't know where to actually save the stored procedure I create. In my Object Explorer, I go to the database I want to create it in, expand Programmability, right click on Stored Procedures and choose to create a new one. That's all nice, but when I'm ready to save and test it from my webpage, it asks where to save it. This is probably dumb of me, but I don't know where to. I try to save it on the desktop and click/drag to the Stored Procedures folder in my database, but all that does is open it, not actually store it in the database. Maybe I'm getting the point of stored procedures wrong? Let me know what I should do to save it in the right place so I can access it.
I'm trying to create a stored procedure that does two things:1st - Insert a new record in the contactus table.2nd - Gets the last primary key value from table contactus.I've created the following Stored Procedure but this is giving me an error when being executed.