Forms Data Controls :: Load A DropDownList Into A GridView With A Select Stored Procedure With Parameters
Sep 19, 2010
I want to have a dropdownlist in the footer row of a gridview. The dropdownlist must be populated with an stored procedure that receives a parameter and has a select. Is that posible?? I think yes but I having problems with the parameters.
The exception says incorrect sintax... but I've changed the procedure for something very simple to solve the problem like select 'hello' or select 1, 'hello' and I'm getting the same problem...
I have a grid view that populates and displays data at btn click event from the following sql statement in one of the SP:
reg_code, pc_serial, act_code FROM user_reg WHERE reg_code=@reg_code
I want to pass parameters to the other Stored procedure when the edit button is clicked in order to update the 2 columns in the specific row at the time. I now how to pass parameters in a regular btn click event or function, but in the case of edit btn in grid view I don't know how to capture data from specific row and then pass it to the SP. Here is Stored Procedure to update the columns (every user always has the same reg code, but may have more than one serial number and activation code, I want to let the user update serial number and then based on the serial number generate new activation code in the SP.):
Girdview has dropdownlist TemplateField called ddlSate, how to bind state field value in sql table to selected value of ddlState dropdownlist control? For example the sql table has AL value for state field, (Note by default ddlState lists all states options with sqldatasource), how AL is selected in ddlState when binding to ddlState?
Secondly, when user selects different state like GA, how below update stored precedure works? that means how to find ddl selected value in update procedure as shown below question mark line:
The update option is using a stored procedure. There are no parameters fro the SP but the error message is saying that parameters are expected. If executed as SQL string then it works OK. I need to use a SP as other updates are required. Code: THIS WORKS
USE [TMSWEBALL] GO /****** Object: StoredProcedure [dbo].[usp_TESTSP] Script Date: 10/06/2010 14:03:38 ******/ SET ANSI_NULLS ON GO SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON GO ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[usp_TESTSP] As BEGIN SET NOCOUNT ON added to prevent extra result sets from interfering with SELECT statements. SET NOCOUNT ON; */ INSERT INTO dbo.tbl_DEBUG (ManifestId, ManifestTripId, LocationId, Manifestdate, RouteId, VehicleType, ManifestType) VALUES (1,2,3,'01/01/2010',4,5,6) END >
I am building a WCF Web Service that has a Business Logic layer (that implements all validation logic and other business rules) and a Data Access Layer that makes calls to Stored Procedures in my database.
I would like to be able to validate the length of data passed against that of the length of the parameters in the Stored Procedures without having to explicitly define the parameter lengths in my WCF Web Service.
Person Object Person.Name = "John Dhoe" Person.Age = 37 SQL Stored Procedure SavePerson FullName Varchar(15) Age Int
In my BLL or DAL, I would like to be able to do something like :
I have a stored procedure that works fine for classic asp, but how can I get my output parameters data back from in /MVC 2 / linq/ entities framework model . I have inported the function also, but when i try to code it i dont get results ...i know this is a matter of lack of / knowledge or exmple because i have been scouring the web for it and cannnot find into that accually works.
here is the stored proc.
Here was the one of the few tries I did:
but it executes fine does not give me an error, but also does not return the info i need to the viewmodel
I keep seeing stuff about "ref" on the net but "ref" shows " arbument # should not be passed with the ref keyword.
So i am not sure if there is a problem with the model, or with my understanding this, Now for your info I can do the same step with returning a dataset from a stored procedure fine, but I dont want a data set I just want excatly the data in the output parameters from the stored procedure.
I am trying to write a function that can be called to run a stored procedure. I pass the stored procedure name, followed by as many parameters as I need to run the procedure. I am able to do this by using the params keyword, so my function looks something like this;
How can I determine what the data type of the parameter is? Maybe I need to alter the string part, above?
I'm attempting to load DropDownLists from the C# codebehind as the FormView switches modes to Edit and displays the EditItemTemplate. I present the data in a FormView ItemTemplate using text boxes. When the user selects Edit, I have been attempting to load the EditItemTemplate dropdownlists by creating a dataset and binding it to the control, without success.
I've successfully loaded them in previous projects from within the .aspx code using <asp:ListItem> and within the C# code behind using Control.Items.Add(new ListItem), which are essentially the same thing of course . This project is different in that I want to get the data from a stored procedure on a MSSQL server.
In my latest attempt, I can see the data in the datasets. I'm getting "Error connecting to database.'eitRace' has a SelectedValue which is invalid because it does not exist in the list of items.Parameter name: value"
I include the code below. If someone could point me to an example I would be greatful. There has to be an elegant way of accomplishing this.
Ive tried a few ways of doing this without success and got together a simplified example so hopefully I can get an answer. When I try to INSERT using a stored procedure InsertTest (normal SQL works OK) I cannot. I need to know how to pass the @Model parameter to the Stored procedure
Have a Stored procedure which can be executed and after entering string for @Model through wizard a new record is created
My asp:SqlDataSource includes InsertCommand="InsertTest" InsertCommandType="StoredProcedure" Also my <InsertParameters includes the asp:Parameter Name="Model" Type="String"/>
My drop down (and I think this is where the problem is ). Record is Inserted after choosing Model and pressing enter
Do I have to set one of the properties in the drop down to tell the Stored procedure the parameter being passed is the parameter Model ??
how can I create stored procedure and write my select statement in it, I know how to create dataset then put type stored procedure and assign it to the sp ... what I want is writing my sp... how can I make it ?
check the following code, this is what I want to write put I don't know where or how !
I would like to ask a question on the visual basic codes to loop the gridview to retrieve the values and based on the values, it will be provided as parameters to update to the database table using stored procedure.
Firstly, I have a gridview named grvProduct. The page (ui) will be loaded with data from the database with the use of stored procedures. And only certain values can be edited through the use of template in gridview. So based on those edited values, I'm supposed to pass these values as parameters to the stored procedure which will then update a database table.
Let say, I have 3 records retrieved from the database and displayed in the gridview. And I would like to edit a values in the 3 records, how do I do batch update and pass those parameters to the stored procedure? I went to debug and step through the visual basic codes and realised there were too many arguments specified because I actually loop the gridview.
Below is my visual basic codes:
Below is my Stored Procedure code: [Code]....
I believe it is the error in the looping of the gridview which results that I could not batch update the data/values.
I'm pretty new at web programming but a lot of years as a client-server dev.
I'm populating a gridview from a stored procedure, but I don't want to actually execute the populate till I have all the values filled in the page. (some are static textboxes, a calendar (date) value and some drop-downs that are populated earlier) I see there's nothing like gridview1.show() like there is in c# windows form programming. I tried
I am trying to populate a dropdown from a stored procedure that includes parameters. The parameters are programmatically defined variables. I have been working at this for hours, and scoured the internet for a tutorial. I have come up with the following solution below. However, it does not work. Its not pulling any data, and I am not even sure that the page is making it into the GetLast5Schedules_Selecting Event. There has to be a more efficient/less time consuming way to do this!
I am trying to allow users to grab their stored procs and call certain ones from within code. I can get the stored procedures and then fill a dropdown with them, but what I cannot find at this point is how to get the parameters that each stored procedure needs. I would like, once an SP is chosen from the dropdown to make a call to the db with that sp name and grab its paramter list so I can report what needs to be sent in to the user.
I'm trying to allow my users to select a record from their list of attendees and edit it using a details view positioned below the GridView. The issue I'm having is when I run the code I get my error message and no data is displayed in the DetailsView. Error Message is:
DataBinding: 'System.Data.Common.DataRecordInternal' does not contain a property with the name '10002'.
I have a stored procedure that returns a dataset with a different number of columns and different column names depending on user input. How can I use this with a GridView? Normally I define the columns beforehand in a static fashion, but, have never done a dynamic dataset like this.
Im loading some results from a SQL Stored procedure into a Grid View. From my stored procedure I simply get 2 columns returned, Details and Savings, the savings are being returned in the format 30.50123 I want to limit this to 2 decimal places and put a euro sign in front of it like so €30.50, I have managed to do this however its adding a new "savings"column to my Grid view which I obviously don't want. So I now have a savings column with the correct format of €30.50 and my 2 columns from my stored procedure