How To Specify Parameter Value For Stored Procedure In SqlDataSource
Mar 16, 2011
Being new to using the declarative syntax of SqlDataSource I am trying to figure out a way to set the value of a parameter to a stored procedure. I have a Client_ID that is passed via the Request Object and I need to set the Client_ID before the stored procedure of the SqlDataSource is executed.
Does the stored procedure parameter have to be predefined in the ASPX markup or can it be added dynamically in the code-behind? Would anyone have an example that demonstrates the SqlDataSource markup with a stored procedure and parameter as well as setting that parameter value in code-behind?
I am using a gridview where i am calling a stored procedure which has 4 input parameters. Out of these 4 parameters, values are to be given such that DomainId = This has to be the row which is to be deleted. This is a primary key Domain = This field has to be passed to SP as NULL. Description= This field has to be passed as NULL. OperationType= This field has to be passed by programmer as some static value say 4 How to i need to specify these here... More details of the Question are here.
I'm programming a webpage in ASP.NET which displays a list of students not listed as participants in something, and upon clicking a student name shows you a brief summary of their details, so the user can ensure they're selecting the right person.
My code currently correctly obtains their ID, adds it as a parameter to my stored procedure and executes the procedure;
However, when I try to access the results I get the following error:
System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
Upon debugging, there don't seem to be any results returned... but when running just the stored procedure in SQL Server with the same data, it does return a single row, as expected.
How do I access this result so I can bind it to my fields?
(I am working in ASP.NET 3.5 in Visual Studio 2008, with SQL Server 2008.)
i have a grid bound to sqldatasource control which gets its data from stored procedure. in page load event i code a dropdownlist where i take the selectedvalue parameter for the parameter query. only when a second dependant dropdownlist is selected (coded in dropdownlist1 selected event)is data returned ?
I have a stored procedure that creates a dynamic query. Sometimes the query is not built because there are no elements in the dynamic query. When the aspx page loads the SqlDataSource throws an error that the query is malformed. How can I catch this error, and handle it with a default message, before it returns the error to the aspx page?
I'm trying to use a stored procedure in my codebehind insted of a sqldatasource to insert some data, and return the identity fields. But I keep getting tripped up on the output paramaters. What am I missing?
My code behind:
And, here's my stored procedure
Create PROCEDURE [dbo]. ( @MatterToCloneID varchar(15), @ClonedMatterID int OUTPUT, @ClientIDOUT int OUTPUT, @ExistingClientIDOUT int OUTPUT ) AS BEGIN DECLARE @ExistingClientID int, @PendingClientID int, @BillingAddress varchar(200), @BillingCity varchar(200), @BillingState varchar(100), @BillingZipCode varchar(20), @BillingCountry varchar(200) SELECT @ExistingClientID = ExistingClientID, @PendingClientID = PendingClientID, @BillingAddress = BillingAddress, @BillingCity = BillingCity, @BillingState = BillingState, @BillingZipCode = BillingZipCode, @BillingCountry = BillingCountry FROM tNewMatters WHERE MatterID = @MatterToCloneID Set @ClientID = @EClientID Set @PendingClientID = @PendingClientID Set @BillingAddress = @BillingAddress Set @BillingCity = @BillingCity Set @BillingState = @BillingState Set @BillingZipCode = @BillingZipCode Set @BillingCountry = @BillingCountry INSERT into tNewMatters (MatterName, ClientID, PendingClientID, BillingAddress, BillingCity, BillingState, BillingZipCode, BillingCountry) Values ('Enter Client Name', @ExistingClientID, @PendingClientID, @BillingAddress, @BillingCity, @BillingState, @BillingZipCode, @BillingCountry) Select @ClonedMatterID = scope_identity() Select @ClientIDOUT = @ClientID Select @ExistingClientIDOUT = @ExistingClientID END
My Stored procedure takes one parameter @IDs and it has values in it like '1,2,3'. I want to get rid of these single quotes. How can I do it? Like I want just 1,2,3 and NOT '1,2,3'. How do I modify this parameter value inside my SP?
I am having some trouble with the below code snippet. It is a stored procedure which executes on load that has an output parameter which should display in a label. Familiar which Vb however not so much in C#.
I have an application with 40 or so separate databases that share a number of identical table schemas. Each is for a separate agency that performs functions identical (nearly) to the others. I have a number of reports that involve complex queries that each agency is required to produce. There is a "top-level" agency that would like to run the same reports but have the data consolidated for ALL agencies. I have tried having the query generated simply re-produced for each sub-agency by using a "UNION" ..
SELECT .... FROM [Agency].[dbo].[Table] ... UNION SELECT ... FROM [Next Agency].[dbo].[Table]....
This works for a few agencies selected/included but when they try to select all agencies or more than a few, it fails because the query is too large. I have tested a stored procedure:
CREATE PROC Test @DB AS SELECT ... FROM [@DB].[dbo].[Table]...
Thinking I can build a smaller query by having up to 40 items of "EXEC Test (db) UNION EXEC Test (next db)" That also fails.... won't permit the database specifier as a parameter (plus, I don't know if I can do a UNION on the EXEC results).
select AssetCode ,Description ,EquipmentID from [FATMS].[fnMaintenanceHeaderRead](@ContextUser,@ContextClient,@ContextLang,@ContextApp,@ContextOrg,'1',@fnXmlParamMaintenanceHeader) MH where MH.Status IN ( @Status)
when i put three values for parameter (@status) not work but one value work
how to put three values please to parameter @status when excecute that stored procedure
I have stored procedure that increments a number. I am supposed to use the newly generated number and insert it into a table. My question is how do I execute the stored procedure, with a hardcoded value of 3 that it expects as a paramter, receive the number it generates as the output parameter and use it in the insert statement.
Here is the stored procedure code:
CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[Generate] @myid int, @next_no int output AS update mytable set mynumber=mynumber + 1, @next_no = number where myid=@myid RETURN
Here is my insert statement, that I tried and it failed: