For context: First of all, I am new to LINQ, as I have been using SubSonic for quite some time now.
I have two tables, Users, and Affiliates. They both have a very typical schema. The FK that joins them is the UserId field, which is in the Affiliates table. I want to create a LINQ query that pulls the Username from the Users table using the AffiliateId value. The AffiliateId is a primary key of the Affiliates table.
I have tried to accomplish this using many variations of the following code:
In the above query, I expect to get a single row result set. However, I instead receive the entire table of results.
How can I make this work? I have yet to see an example or article out there to do what I am trying to do.
I am facing a situation wherein i have to ask the user for the files to upload and save them as blob in the database. I have a single file upload control on the page and user can add as many files as he wants. When the user browse the file and click add button then the file gets added at some temporary location on the page and later on when the user has specified all the files to upload then I would like to insert all these files using a single insert query in the database.
I have 2 fields being displayed in a Gridview, StartTime, EndTime. I want to create a 'Time" column which shows the elapsed time in HH:MM format. (StartTime - EndTime) This was all generated with VS2008, table is pulled from an SQL Query.
I have a stored procedure that returns 3 tables within the single recordset it returns. If I set a SqlDataSource to get data from this procedure, it works, but it only returns the first table. I want to have a GridView display the data from the 2nd or 3rd table using a SqlDataSource, but I can't figure out how to specify a particular table.
While there are some posts discussing this out there, I can't get a definitive answer about whether or not this is even possible (?). In a worst-case scenario, I can create another SP that only returns the 3rd table - but that creates a little maintenance headache that I would prefer to avoid.
I am trying to display this query result in an aspx page.
It is very slow in loading. Here is the query. The inner query inside the outer quesry is the problem.(Please see the underlined part in the query) - (If I remove that part it is very fast.)
--This column is the issue ,Governing_Class=( case when exists (select top 1 tqc.class_code from t_quote_class tqc inner join t_quote_class_premium tqcm on tqc.class_code =tqcm. class_code where tqc.appid=pi.appid and tqc.class_code not in('8742' ,'8810','7380') order by tqcm.premium_amt desc ) then ( select top 1 tqc.class_code from t_quote_class tqc inner join t_quote_class_premium tqcm on tqc.class_code =tqcm. class_code where tqc.appid=pi. appid order by tqcm.premium_amt desc ) ......... From tables
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
Would it be better to have a sp return multiple result sets and use NextResult() or have subsequent call to dr.execute.... () and hadle one result at a time?
To me using nextResult() on a multiresult datareader would be cleaner and easier - but it does not seem to be very "atomized". I guess I am wondering can the cost of executing multiple commands be neglected? Seems like executing multiple commands and receiving a single result set would also be easier to read/test/understand.
i have asp page. i did the connection with connection string. the query is to search name, id and phone numbers. i wand to display these data in 3 textboxs. how can i display these results in textbox.
this is the connection code.
SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(); SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand(); SqlDataReader reader; con.ConnectionString = "server=localhost;uid=sa;pwd=sa;database=mydatabase"; cmd.CommandText = "select ename, id phone from emp";
now i want to display these data in 3 textboxs. how can i do it.
I'm developing an app with asp.net and jQuery and I have a strange problem, I have the div(used as dialog) and a button to show the dialog, the first time I call the dialog, it shows correctly, I close it but when I try to show for the second time the background grays but the dialog doesn't show (only in IE in firefox it works fine). Is there a way to fix this? Or maybe I'm doing somethign wrong.
I have a query that references many tables, however the main record doesnt necessarily have records in the other tables. In my formview itemtemplate, i bind the values of the query but I'm getting an obvious error when the value is null. This is what I'm trying to do: (the field is a boolean btw). These fields are hidden so I don't really care if it gets assigned a temp value or something.
Error: BC30452: Operator '=' is not defined for types 'Object' and 'System.DBNull'.