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Stored procedure executing but not able to populate gridview
try this protected void GrdManager() { MTMSDTO objc = new MTMSDTO(); objc.EmpName = Convert.ToString(Session["EmpName"]); DataSet GrdMA = obj.GetManager(objc); GridViewTTlist.DataSource = GrdMA.Tables[0]; GridViewTTlist.DataBind(); }

Categories : C#

Gridview update using RowUpdating event from stored procedure error
i resolve the problem with more easier way. i changed my templatefields with boundfields. i made the ReadOnly="true" the things which i don't need to update i deleted the code-behind. and the working version now is look like this : <asp:GridView ID="GridView1" runat="server" AllowSorting="True" AutoGenerateColumns="False" DataKeyNames="cartID" DataSourceID="SqlDataCart" OnPreRender="GridView1_PreRender" OnRowDeleting="GridView1_RowDeleting" BackColor="White" BorderColor="#336666" BorderStyle="Double" BorderWidth="3px" CellPadding="4" GridLines="Horizontal" Width="730px"> <Columns> <asp:BoundField DataField="productName" HeaderText="Product Name" SortExpression="productName" ItemStyle-HorizontalAlign="Center" InsertVisible="False" ReadO

Categories : C#

Dynamically pass xml to a stored procedure
You can use loop on the identity column and dynamically execute statements IF OBJECT_ID(N'dbo.XmlProc', N'P') IS NOT NULL DROP PROC dbo.XmlProc GO CREATE PROC dbo.XmlProc @xmlParam xml, @paramOUT int OUTPUT AS SELECT @paramOUT = @XmlParam.value('/param[1]', 'nvarchar(1)') GO IF OBJECT_ID(N'dbo.XmlProc2', N'P') IS NOT NULL DROP PROC dbo.XmlProc2 GO CREATE PROC dbo.XmlProc2 @xmlParam xml, @paramOUT int OUTPUT AS SELECT @paramOUT = @XmlParam.value('/param[1]', 'nvarchar(1)') GO IF OBJECT_ID(N'dbo.XmlProc3', N'P') IS NOT NULL DROP PROC dbo.XmlProc3 GO CREATE PROC dbo.XmlProc3 @xmlParam xml, @paramOUT int OUTPUT AS SELECT @paramOUT = @XmlParam.value('/param[1]', 'nvarchar(1)') GO IF OBJECT_ID(N'tempdb.dbo.#ExecuteThese') IS NOT NULL DROP TABLE dbo.#ExecuteThese CREATE TABLE dbo.#ExecuteThes

Categories : SQL

Set Where Parameter Dynamically on stored procedure
If you can change the stored procedure then the simplest solution would be to add the IS NULL check in the WHERE clause. Somethin like: select @payIDou = PayId , @PayAccountou = PayAccount, @PayCustNameou = PayCustName, @PayAmountou = PayAmount, @PayAmountPaidou = PayAmountPaid, @PayResponseou= PayResponse, @PayRefNoou= PayRefNo, @PayScreenTextou= PayScreenText, @PayReceiptTextou= PayReceiptText, @PayDatetimeou= PayDatetime, @PayBankCodeouin= PayBankCode from Payment where PayId is not null AND ((PayAccount like '%'+ @PayAccountin+'%') OR @PayAccountin IS NULL) AND ((PayCustName LIKE '%'+ @PayAccountin+'%') OR @PayAccountin IS NULL) AND... //the rest of your WHERE clause This will effectively ignore the

Categories : Asp Net

Finding drop down list control from a stored procedure in edit item template of gridview in asp.net c#
Instead of doing a FindControl, use an offset index of the column in question and get the first control: (DropDownList)gvLocationArea.Rows[gvLocationArea.EditIndex].Cells[INDEX OF THE DDL].Controls[0]

Categories : C#

use sql stored procedure to insert data which is returned from a query stored in a table
You may check this fiddle The code of the Stored Procedure is: CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[spInsertStuff] @cli_id int AS DECLARE @SQL AS VARCHAR(MAX) DECLARE @ADL_ID AS INT DECLARE MyCURSOR CURSOR FOR SELECT QUERY, ADL_ID FROM ASSESSMENT_DATALABEL_LIST OPEN MyCURSOR FETCH NEXT FROM MyCURSOR INTO @SQL, @ADL_ID WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0 BEGIN SET @SQL = REPLACE(@SQL,'@KeyFieldValue',@cli_id) DECLARE @Temp AS TABLE ([Value] [nvarchar](50)) INSERT INTO @Temp EXEC (@SQL) INSERT INTO Item_Destination (ItemType, ItemCaption, ItemValue) SELECT ItemType, ItemCaption, (SELECT [Value] FROM @Temp) FROM Item_Source WHERE Item_Source.adl_ID = @ADL_ID DELETE FROM @Temp FETCH NEXT FROM

Categories : SQL

Get mysql other stored procedure to new store procedure data
Unfortunately you still can't do that in Mysql. A possible solution is to insert into a temporary table from the first stored procedure and use it in the second. CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE tmp_result (`ID` int, `NAME` varchar(1), `SEX` varchar(1)); CREATE PROCEDURE sp_one() INSERT INTO tmp_result SELECT 1 id, 'A' name, 'M' sex UNION ALL SELECT 2, 'B', 'F' UNION ALL SELECT 3, 'C', 'M'; CREATE PROCEDURE sp_two() SELECT * FROM tmp_result; CALL sp_one(); CALL sp_two(); DROP TEMPORARY TABLE tmp_result;

Categories : Mysql

Loading stored procedure from EntitySpaces takes 40x longer than from SQL client
Don't run it from Visual Studio, that is a known issue with all application, EntitySpaces barely adds any time to SqlClient at all and materializes that fastest of any ORM. http://www.entityspaces.net/www.entityspaces.net/blog/2010/08/26/The%20EntitySpaces%20ORMBattleNET%20Performance%20Numbers.aspx.html

Categories : C#

Using Dynamically selecting columns of mysql stored procedure
Change this CASE WHEN buySell = 'Buy' THEN AVG(salesTransactions.BuyPrice) AS AveragePrice, WHEN buySell = 'Sell' THEN AVG(salesTransactions.SellPrice) AS AveragePrice, END CASE; to CASE buySell WHEN 'Buy' THEN AVG(salesTransactions.BuyPrice) WHEN 'Sell' THEN AVG(salesTransactions.SellPrice) END AS AveragePrice, In the end it should look like this: DELIMITER// CREATE PROCEDURE procStats (IN buySell varchar(4)) BEGIN SELECT CASE buySell WHEN 'Buy' THEN AVG(salesTransactions.BuyPrice) WHEN 'Sell' THEN AVG(salesTransactions.SellPrice) END AS AveragePrice, MONTHNAME(salesTransactions.DateOfTransaction) as TransactionMonth FROM salesTransactions GROUP BY TransactionMonth LIMIT 6; END// I fixed some more syntax errors.

Categories : Mysql

Creating stored procedure with 2 different sets of data (using value from first data as parameter for 2nd data)
select t1.[start], t1.[end], count(*) from table1 as t1 left outer join table2 as t2 on t2.timestamp between t1.[start] and t1.[end] group by t1.[start], t1.[end] sql fiddle demo

Categories : Sql Server

stored procedure sql (Excel data to T-SQL)
You will want to: perform a Bulk Insert operation to take your data from the excel file into a staging table. write a query to select ALL rows for the corresponding utility company (notice I didn't see iterate over each row...). This select could be an update where you update an additional column to mark the row as an INSERT, or an UPDATE. Then the last step (2 parts), retrieve all of the rows that were marked as INSERT, and insert those into your table. Then grab all rows that were marked with an UPDATE, and update their corresponding values based on your matching criteria.

Categories : SQL

Stored procedure to encrypt data
I suspect you are executing the procedure from a different scope, or your connection has been severed since creating the procedure. Of course you can't expect that users will open the symmetric key every time they execute the stored procedure, so that should probably be inside the procedure instead of as a step toward creating the procedure. ALTER PROCEDURE dbo.AddPassword @ID int, @Password varchar(50) WITH ENCRYPTION AS BEGIN SET NOCOUNT ON; OPEN SYMMETRIC KEY Password_Key DECRYPTION BY CERTIFICATE PasswordCertificate; -- for debugging 101: SELECT EncryptByKey(Key_GUID('Password_Key') , @Password, 1, HashBytes('SHA1', CONVERT(varbinary(128),@ID))); INSERT INTO dbo.EncryptionTest(ID,Password,Password_Encrypted) VALUES (@ID,@Password,EncryptByKey(Key_GUID('Pa

Categories : SQL

Display data with stored procedure
You need to specify where the output parameters should go to. declare @Message VARCHAR(200), @Status VARCHAR(2) exec USP_COM_MST_DEL @Operation = 'DISPLAY', @message output, @status output (which is exactly what the error message is saying)

Categories : Sql Server

SQL Stored procedure extract data
This link should help you read data from the | separated file. The example shows hw to read from a CSV, however it is just a matter of replacing the ,(comma) character within the example with a |(pipe) character. The link also contains a reference that shows how to create CSV files using PL-SQL. Again, here all you need to to do is to replace the ,(comma) character within the example with a |(pipe) character. Also, you need to ensure that you have permissions to read from and write to the folder locations that contain the text files you want to process.

Categories : SQL

DB2 Stored Procedure. How can I dynamically create a variable name inside a loop using the iteration variable?
Generally speaking, if you find yourself in the situation where you have to store an unknown number of variables, it is an indication of an incorrect program design. Why do you think you need to store every row in memory? Databases are optimized for set processing. However, if you insist on doing things your way, consider using arrays; an array can grow as you add elements to it (until it consumes all application memory and crashes the database, but that's none of your concern, right?)

Categories : SQL

sql server stored procedure spatial data
The following code: SELECT @City = City, @Longitude= Longitude,@Latitude= Latitude FROM ZipCode WHERE StateAbbr = @StateAbbr; Only fetches one row per state -- not all rows for a state. You need to either put this into a loop, or replace the select and insert with: INSERT INTO dbo.US_Cities(City, Coordinates) SELECT @City = City, geography::Point(ISNULL(Longitude, ''), ISNULL(Latitude, ''), 4326) FROM ZipCode WHERE StateAbbr = @StateAbbr;

Categories : Sql Server

Get Data From Stored Procedure Using Sqlsrv Driver
First of all, if you are using Codeigniter, I recommend use their database class to connect to MSSQL Server. You can read more on this here: http://ellislab.com/codeigniter/user-guide/database/configuration.html If you aren't auto-connecting to your database you can connect like this: $this->load->database('default'); Once you have your configuration setup, you can have a function like this in your model: function login($username, $password) { return $this->db->query("EXEC spLogin '$username', '$password'")->result(); }

Categories : PHP

How to get data on datatable by calling stored procedure?
Make sure you really do need a DataTable/DataSet. The DBML file creates a return class for your Stored Procedure, in your case there is a class SelectUserInfoResults that got created when you added the SP SelectUserInfo to your dbml file. So if you are not being forced to use DataTables/DataSet you could simply create a List<SelectUserInfoResults> as your return type. DataTables/DataSets and Linq To Entities classes are of very different nature, it is better to avoid mixing them whenever possible.

Categories : C#

how to suplay data in vb net the dataset with stored procedure
You should try like this: Private Sub CmRefresh_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles CmRefresh.Click Dim ds As New DataSet Dim conn As String = "server='server'; database='database'; user=user;password='password';" Dim strsql As String = "exec spSPDMonStockProductHarian '" & 230 & "'" ds = GetTableRow(strsql) If ds.Tables.Count > 0 Then With Listdata .DataSource = ds.Tables(0) End With Else MessageBox.Show("Dataset is empty") End If Koneksi.Close() Koneksi.Close() End Sub The changed i made here: Dim conn As String and ds = GetTableRow(strsql) Basically, GetTableRow is your custom function it is not define

Categories : Vb.Net

Data is Null when trying to run basic stored procedure
First, try running the query in your management studio with the supplied car ID to see what results it is passing back. Secondly I would try to change the if statement as follows and see if you still have issues: If Not myReader.IsDBNull(0) Then Additionally, all subsequent fields that allow NULL values must be checked for IsDBNull before they are used. This may also cause some issues.

Categories : Vb.Net

Adding data to a SQL table through a stored procedure?
A pretty vague question, but I'd solve it with the following steps: 1) Creating a stored procedure that accepts parameters needed for the order. 2) Declare a varchar variable in the stored procedure to hold feedback for the user. 3) Using those parameters, check for product availability with a SELECT query in the stored procedure. 3) If the product is available, add the order to the appropriate table by adding an INSERT query to the stored procedure, and set the feedback variable to let the user know the order was inserted. 4) If the product is not available, set your feedback variable to say so. 5) Return the feedback variable to the user. If you don't know how to perform any of those individual steps, hopefully that at least breaks the problem down into manageable bites to look up

Categories : SQL

Stored procedure executes but does not update data
Try to use: SqlCommand cmd; cmd.CommandType = System.Data.CommandType.StoredProcedure; or you maybe use: CALL mystoredprocedure(@ParameterName) as SQL-Text

Categories : C#

Full Data Binding to a stored procedure?
No, it isn't possible. A stored procedure could produce the returned results in any way possible with T-SQL code and it is not possible to create an update by calling the same procedure as was used to read the data. A more modern way to work with data access is to use an OR-Mapper such as entity framework. Depending on your type of application (web applications where the data is sent to the client and then posted back and interpreted as new objects are typically a bit harder) it might be possible to do a simple data binding and save the changes back to the DB.

Categories : C#

Selecting data from a different schema within a stored procedure
It would be a tad more efficient to explicitly specify the schema name. And generally speaking, schema's are mainly used to divide a database into logical area's. I would not anticipate on tables schema-hopping often. Regarding your question, you might want to have a look at the 'execute as' documentation on msdn, since it allows to explicitly control your execution context.

Categories : SQL

while passing same date in stored procedure data is not getting
Times are in hh:mm:ss I think you need this: declare @date1 datetime = CONVERT(datetime, @startdate + ' 00:00:00', 120); declare @date2 datetime = CONVERT(datetime, @enddate + ' 23:59:59', 120);

Categories : Sql Server

write stored procedure inside the other stored procedure
You could cahnge your Procedure to a Function like this Create FUNCTION [dbo].[test] (@dec NUMERIC(18, 2)) RETURNS Varchar(50) AS BEGIN DECLARE @Mns DECIMAL DECLARE @Average Varchar(50) SELECT @Mns = @dec % 60; SELECT @Average = CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), (CONVERT(DECIMAL(10), @dec / 60))) + ':' + CONVERT(VARCHAR, @Mns) RETURN @Average END And use ist like .... SELECT l.LocName ,v.Vtype ,SUM(DATEDIFF(MI, t.Paydate, t.DelDate)) AS TotalDiff ,[dbo].[test]( CONVERT(DECIMAL(10, 1), AVG(CONVERT(NUMERIC(18, 2), DATEDIFF(MI, t.Paydate, t.DelDate)))) ) AS Average FROM Transaction_tbl t ....

Categories : Sql Server

Calling a stored procedure from an insert in a stored procedure
I ended up using a cursor to execute the SP for each row. There will only ever be one or two rows executed at a time - so this solution works (even if it isn't exactly beautiful). ALTER PROCEDURE Lead_CopySecuritiesToOppo -- Add the parameters for the stored procedure here @lead_leadID int, @oppo_opportunityID int, @user_userID int AS BEGIN -- SET NOCOUNT ON added to prevent extra result sets from -- interfering with SELECT statements. SET NOCOUNT ON; declare @secu_SecurityID char( 11 ) declare @newsecu_SecurityID int set rowcount 0 select * into #mytemp from Security where secu_LeadId = @lead_leadID set rowcount 1 select @secu_SecurityID = secu_SecurityID from #mytemp --Cursor through all the returned security rows while @

Categories : Sql Server

Unable to loading data into gridview
Sounds as if you have AutoGenerateColumns set to true for the GridView1. You can instead try explicitly specifying the columns in the .aspx file in the order that you would like these columns to appear and bind each column with the appropriate field from the Datasource. <asp:GridView runat="server" id="GridView1"> <Columns> </Columns> </GridView>

Categories : C#

If-statement in the MySQL stored procedure for selecting data
You have forgot the THEN in your if statement. You need to add the THEN. Like this: IF @tempValue > 0 THEN ...your statement END IF; You have also forgot to add the END IF; add this also. Reference site is here.

Categories : Mysql

Temporary tables in Stored procedure are not accesing data?
once the exec finishes executing the #temp table is deleted maybe if you try using a wider scope, it could succeed, I don't know. try something like this. create proc TEMP AS BEGIN DECLARE @now datetime; DECLARE @TempTableTableSuffix sysname SET @now = GETDATE() select @TempTableTableSuffix = CONVERT(VARCHAR, CONVERT(int,RAND(DATEPART(MILLISECOND,@now)+1000*(DATEPART(SECOND,@now)+60*(DATEPART(MINUTE,@now)+60*DATEPART(HOUR,@now)))) * 100000000)) DECLARE @SQL nvarchar(4000) SET @SQL ='SELECT CUSTOMERS,AREA,HOUSEHOLDS'+CHAR(10) SET @SQL = @SQL +'INTO ##TEMP1' + @TempTableTableSuffix + CHAR(10) SET @SQL = @SQL +'FROM NEW'+CHAR(10) PRINT(@SQL) EXEC (@SQL) SET @SQL ='SELECT CUSTOMERS,AREA,VEHICELS'+CHAR(10) SET @SQL = @SQL +'INTO ##TEMP2' + @Te

Categories : SQL

How to get data as DataSet from stored procedure in Entity Framework
There is no direct conversion. You have to either loop thru result and populated datatable/dataset manually in the loop or use the same connection but in real ADO.NET Command object/Adapter objects to fill Dataset. But you shouldn't really be needing Datasets in EF Project, if you do use EF - use strong types it generates for you.

Categories : C#

Load stored procedure results into data table
An output parameter is returned by itself, not included in a datatable. I think you need a different procedure that executes these kind of query, public static int ExecuteOutputIntParam(string aProcName, string outputParamName, List<SqlParameter> aSqlParams) { int outValue = -1; using (SqlConnection conn = new SqlConnection(DatabaseConnectionString)) { conn.Open(); SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand(aProcName, conn); cmd.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure; if (aSqlParams != null) foreach (SqlParameter lP in aSqlParams) cmd.Parameters.Add(lP); int result = cmd.ExecuteNonQuery(); if (aSqlParams != null) { outValue = Convert.ToInt32(aSqlParams[outputParamName].Value);

Categories : C#

asp.net stored procedure insert multiple pairs of data into the DB
Geeeeeeeeeeeenerally speaking, code is faster for this stuff. You're bettter off iterating through your array, C# side, then calling a stored procedure to handle your specific record. Now of course specifics will change, and this certainly sounds best handled in one big shot. Convert your int array to a datatable and then you can have some real fun...

Categories : C#

Using LOAD DATA INFILE command in a stored procedure
No, it is not possible due to security reasons, I suppose. However, you can generate "LOAD DATA" queries for tables in a database using this trick (return a series of queries for each table: truncate table before load data, then disable keys, then load data, then enable keys): SELECT CONCAT('TRUNCATE TABLE ',table_name,'; ALTER TABLE ',table_name,' DISABLE KEYS; LOAD DATA INFILE "',table_name,'.txt" INTO TABLE ',table_name,' FIELDS TERMINATED BY "\t" LINES TERMINATED BY "\n"; ALTER TABLE ',table_name,' ENABLE KEYS; ') FROM information_schema.`TABLES` as infs WHERE infs.`TABLE_SCHEMA`=DATABASE() AND infs.`TABLE_TYPE`!='VIEW'; After you run this query, rows resulted are queries for transferring data. I use it when moving a full database content to another. Of course, in that query you

Categories : Mysql

Insert User Defined Data Table in a stored procedure
if StartEndDateType is a user defined table type then you treat it as if it were a table. Change this: INSERT INTO db_recession_band_dates VALUES (@id,@dates) Into something like INSERT INTO db_recession_band_dates (<COLUMN LIST>) -- don't do blind inserts it will hurt you at some point in the future SELECT @id, <COLUMN LIST> FROM @dates

Categories : Sql Server

Automated Data Import Stored Procedure From an Excel File
It's probably easiest to create an SSIS package for this if you're going to do this repeatedly. First, create two tables: myDataRaw myDataCleaned With myDataRaw, you truncate the table and then upload the Excel file into that table using a data upload object. Create the stored procedure to work with the raw data. I would truncate the myDataCleaned table and then do a INSERT ... SELECT to it, making the WHERE clause specific to finding the account meters that you're looking for. If there are a lot, you can create another table to hold the specific account meters you want to import and use it in your WHERE clause. I hope that helps get you started.

Categories : Mysql

How to retrieve data from Database when I have option of 4 parameters using Stored Procedure?
Yes. One option (but with caveats): WHERE (@paramA IS NULL OR Some Condition involving @paramA) AND (@paramB IS NULL OR Some Condition involving @paramB) AND .... (@paramH IS NULL OR Some Condition involving @paramH) The caveat being this might make your stored procedure sensitive to parameter sniffing and cached query plans that are not appropriate for particular sets of parameters. Another option is to construct dynamic TSQL. As pointed out by @ Damien_The_Unbeliever: Erland Sommarskog's Dynamic Search Conditions in SQL is a great place to start.

Categories : Sql Server

Reading Huge Data Using SQL Stored Procedure and C# (SQL Server 2005)
Even i faced the same problem, but i was about to render more than 1,48,000 records. So the solution for this is using multithreading. You will be having one method which fetches the data from database, call that particular method in a seperate thread. Your data will be loaded in less than 5 seconds. Multithreading has been introduced only to manipulate large number of data without lagging performance.

Categories : C#

NHibernate stored procedure returns data from previous query
I'm going to take a stab at answering this, because I think I have a hunch of what's going on, and I want to set you on the right track. I've made a lot of assumptions here, so please don't be too harsh on me if I was completely wrong with my guesses. It feels like you're trying to use NHibernate as a tool to simply translate rows into objects. Instead NHibernate is a tool that translates between your object oriented domain model and your relational database domain model. It does a lot more that just turn rows into objects. In particular, the NHibernate feature that you're tripping over here is how NHibernate ensures that within a single NHibernate session, a single row in the database which represents a single entity will correspond to a single instance of an object. It uses its fir

Categories : C#

Performance Issues loading large data set into c# GridView
You should look into caching the query on the web server, especially if it's infrequently updated. That way, all the clients can simply surf off the cache instead of hitting the database mercilessly. See this SO question

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