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How does one process "select *" and "select count(*)" from same stored procedure using SqlCommand::Execute (or an alternative)?
See SqlDataReader.NextResult (an SqlDataReader is returned by SqlCommand.ExecuteReader): Advances the data reader to the next result [set], when reading the results of batch Transact-SQL statements.

Categories : C++

Stored Procedure - loop through results without cursor
I ended up using a WHILE loop that I can pass each ProductID into a series of checks!! declare @counter int declare @productKey varchar(20) SET @counter = (select COUNT(*) from ##Magento) while (1=1) begin SET @productKey = (select top 1 ProductKey from ##Magento) print @productKey; delete from ##Magento Where ProductKey = @productKey SET @counter-=1; IF (@counter=0) BREAK; end go

Categories : Sql Server

how to call stored procedure inside for loop
your connection is going lost so before calling stored procedure first close the connection and again create connectivity with database <?php $sum=0; for($i=0;$i<10;$i++){ mysql_close(); // close connection // create connectivity $overall_sat=mysql_query("call daily_sales('HO Bangalore','2013-07-01','2013-07-30')"); while($row=mysql_fetch_row($overall_sat)){ echo "<pre>"; print_r($row);?> <td><?php echo $row['0']; $sum=$sum+$row['sat'];?></td> <?} } if(!$overall_sat){ echo mysql_error(); } ?>

Categories : PHP

call a stored procedure multiple select query in entity framework code first and then map it to model
Code First currently only supports mapping to tables. This unfortunately means that you can’t map Code First directly to stored procedures, views, or other database objects. If you are letting Code First generate a database, there is no way to create these artifacts in the database, other than manually adding them once Code First has created the database. If you are mapping to an existing database, there are some techniques you can use to get data from non-table database artifacts.

Categories : C#

Call stored procedures from another stored procedure or only one SP for better efficiency?
Assuming that you are updating 9 tables in one action like(button click),maintaining transaction may be your requirement ,so i would like to suggest you to make one storedprocedures and maintain transaction in it,rather than 9 different procedures..

Categories : Sql Server

How to call Stored Procedures (with 2 parameters) in a Stored Procedure?
Try this one - CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[SP_All] @myDate DATETIME , @ServerName SYSNAME AS BEGIN EXEC dbo.sp_1 @myDate, @ServerName EXEC dbo.sp_2 @myDate, @ServerName EXEC dbo.sp_3 @myDate, @ServerName EXEC dbo.sp_4 @myDate, @ServerName END

Categories : SQL

How to Call in stored procedure another procedure with if statement
It is possible to do this without a cursor. But it still uses looping. declare @t table as (id int identity(1, 1) primary key, FirstName varchar(255), LastName varchar(255), Age int ); insert into @t(FirstName, LastName, Age) select FirstName, LastName, Age from dbo.users; declare @maxi int = (select max(id) from @t); declare @i = 0, @FirstName varchar(255), @LastName varchar(255), @Age int; while @i <= maxi begin select @FirstName = FirstName, @LastName = LastName, @Age = age from @t where id = @i; if @age = 20 exec myProc1 @firstname, @LastName; if @age = 21 exec myProc2 @firstname, @LastName; if @age = 22 exec myProc3 @firstname, @LastName;

Categories : SQL

How to define call of stored procedure in hibernate mapping file and then call it from java (mssql server)
There are few examples for you here but here is how you would call a stored procedure using entity // This stored procedure returns a result set and has one input parameter. @NamedStoredProcedureQuery( name = "ReadAddressById", resultClasses = Address.class, procedureName = "READ_ADDRESS", parameters = { @StoredProcedureParameter(mode=IN, name="P_ADDRESS_ID", type=Long.class) } ) @Entity public class Address { ... }

Categories : Java

Count the results from Stored Procedure
Assuming that Products.BuildOffersList(); does in fact return a List (and not an IEnumerable/IQueryable) then what you've suggested should be fine and won't result in multiple enumerations. ViewBag.CategoryProductsQuantity = productsList.Count();

Categories : C#

Stored Procedure Returns zero results
The problem is the stored procedure. The expression: WHERE Shipment_Po.PONumber = '''+ @PON +''' Is not doing what you think. It is doing the following comparison: WHERE Shipment_Po.PONumber = '+@PON+' Or something like that. In other words, you are mixing dynamic SQL expressions with regular SQL. Try doing: WHERE Shipment_Po.PONumber = @PON If you are concerned about the cast to the right type: WHERE Shipment_Po.PONumber = (case when isnumeric(@PON) = 1 then cast(@PON as int) end)

Categories : Asp Net

Getting summary of results from another stored procedure
This might do what you want: create table #scratch (CalculatedField1 int, CalculatedField2 int,...) insert into #scratch (exec procA params) select sum(CalculatedField1), sum(CalculatedField2),... from #scratch drop table #scratch

Categories : Sql Server

View joining with stored Procedure results
You can insert the results from the Stored Procedure into a temp table, and then join that onto the view. Have a look at the below example SQL Fiddle DEMO CREATE TABLE TADA( ID INT ); INSERT INTO TADA VALUES (1),(2); CREATE VIEW vw_TADA AS SELECT * FROM TADA WHERE ID <= 1; CREATE PROCEDURE sp_TADA AS SELECT * FROM TADA WHERE ID > 1; CREATE TABLE #TADA( ID INT ) INSERT INTO #TADA EXEC sp_TADA SELECT * FROM vw_TADA UNION ALL SELECT * FROM #TADA

Categories : Sql Server

How to display results from Stored Procedure WinForms
Since you're retrieving a dynamic data structure you'll need to make your grid columns dynamic too. What I would do is, after retrieving the result set successfully, to clear the Columns collection and recreate them from scratch every time you called the SP and the data needs to be refreshed on-screen. Do not use AutoGenerateColumns, as they provide little chance to customize the look of them, instead define each and every column yourself so that you can choose what to display and how.

Categories : Sql Server

Stored procedure enumeration not yielding any results
The query sent from your application passes an explicit value of NULL for the parameters @TimeBoxId and @TeamId. The one you are testing in SSMS omits these parameters entirely. If the parameters have defaults these are only applied when the parameters are omitted or the DEFAULT keyword is specified. This explains the difference in behaviour. I'm not sure if there is any way to get the EF generated query to do that but you can either alter the application to pass the desired default values of 0 instead of NULL or alter the stored procedure so the first step is. SET @TimeBoxId = ISNULL(@TimeBoxId,0) SET @TeamId = ISNULL(@TeamId,0)

Categories : C#

Cannot return results from stored procedure in SQL SERVER
IF @StartNumber >= @EndNumber PRINT 'You turkey! @StartNumber has to be LESS THAN @EndNumber!' RETURN should be IF @StartNumber >= @EndNumber BEGIN PRINT 'You turkey! @StartNumber has to be LESS THAN @EndNumber!' RETURN END Or RETURN will always end up being executed. And a similar issue with the next IF exists too. Without a BEGIN ... END the IF only applies to the next statement (PRINT).

Categories : SQL

CodeIgniter multiple results from stored procedure
UPDATE Solved my problem according to the PHP Manual http://php.net/manual/en/mysqli.multi-query.php And, Modified the next files: system/database/drivers/DB_result.PHP Add the function multi_results at the end of the file. public function multi_results() { return array(); } system/database/drivers/DB_driver.php Add the function multi_query() after the simple_query() function. function multi_query($sql, $binds = FALSE) { if ( ! $this->conn_id) { $this->initialize(); } $sql = $this->compile_binds($sql, $binds); return $this->_execute_multi_query($sql); } system/databse/drivers/mysqli_driver.php Add the function _execute_multi_query() after the _execute() function. /** * Execute multi query * * @access private called by the base

Categories : PHP

Displaying results of a Stored Procedure in MVC View (EF 5 / MVC 4)
First, well-written question! This is a type-casting problem, and it looks like your answer is the accepted answer here: MVC: The model item passed into the dictionary is of type X, but this dictionary requires a model item of type X

Categories : C#

Returning results from stored procedure as IEnumerable
Your SqlCommand does not have a corresponding connection. Either use: _command.Connection = conn; or create the SqlCommand by using conn.CreateCommand(...)

Categories : C#

SQL Server - Select * vs Select Column in a Stored Procedure
Always explicitly state the columns, even in a stored procedure. SELECT * is considered bad practice. For instance you don't know the column order that will be returned, some applications may be relying on a specific column order. I.e. the application code may look something like: Id = Column[0]; // bad design If you've used SELECT * ID may no longer be the first column and cause the application to crash. Also, if the database is modified and an additional 5 fields have been added you are returning additional fields that may not be relevant.

Categories : SQL

SQL Server Stored Procedure Combining 2 table results
Select CustomerNumber, SUM (WeeklyAmount) as Total from Customers.RECORDS GROUP BY CustomerNumber; What is Customers.RECORDS? That's a bit confusing. Apart from that, I'd answer SELECT c.*, sq.Total FROM ( SELECT CustomerNumber, SUM(WeeklyAmount) AS Total FROM CustomersTransaction GROUP BY CustomerNumber ) sq INNER JOIN Customers c ON c.CustomerNumber = sq.CustomerNumber If that's not what you're looking for, you have to rephrase your question. It's a bit hard to understand where the actual problem is. Usually I'd write the query a bit different, but this should deal with the non-normalization issue.

Categories : Sql Server

Classic ASP issue iterating results of stored procedure
I have found the answer. The reason this is happening is because I have some datatypes as VARCHAR(MAX), apparently this is a bug. Changing them to VARCHAR(2000) or whatever number solves the issue.

Categories : Sql Server

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#

Stored Procedure Help: Passing a Year as a parameter to get results
You want to express the query predicate as a range, because a range is sargable: SELECT Orderdate as [Year],COUNT(SalesOrderID) as Count FROM Sales.SalesOrderHeader WHERE OrderDate >= @firstDayOfYear AND OrderDate <= @lastDayOfYear GROUP BY OrderDate; So the trick is to computer the @firstDayOfYear and @lastDayOfYear from a given year. I'll leave this as an exercise for the reader.

Categories : Sql Server

How to call a stored procedure using ado.net
Well, you're filling the ds data set - but then you're checking the dt data table for presence of rows... that's never going to work, of course! If you only need a single DataTable - just use and fill that data table alone - no need for the overhead of a DataSet. Also, put your SqlConnection and SqlCommand into using blocks like this: using (SqlConnection conn = new SqlConnection("Data Source=*******;Initial Catalog=ChatApp;User ID=Chatapplication;Password=****")) using (SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand("Chatroomapp", conn)) { string chatroomidno = textBox1.Text; string chatroomname = textBox2.Text; SqlDataAdapter adapt = new SqlDataAdapter(cmd); adapt.SelectCommand.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure; adapt.SelectCommand.Parameters.Add(new SqlParameter("@ChatRo

Categories : Asp Net

Get/Use the Select value from a Stored Procedure
First, create a temp table (#OutData) whose definition matches the output dataset being returned by getImage. Then, change your EXEC .. statement to this: INSERT INTO #OutData EXEC [mydatasource].[dbo].[getImage] @sku Response to the question: "Is it possible to insert the Key/Row ID into the Temp Table, that way I will not have to TRUNCATE it after each loop iteration?" First, as a general rule you shouldn't use TRUNCATE on #temp tables as there are some obscure locking problems with that. If you need to do that, just DROP and CREATE them again (they're optimized for that anyway). Secondly, you cannot modify the dataset returned by a stored procedure in any way. Of course once its in the #temp table you can do what you want with it. So you could add a KeyId column to #OutData.

Categories : SQL

stored procedure inside for loop in PHP
Your stored procedure returns multiple result sets. A new query can only be issued on a connection after all pending results have been fetched. To process procedure call results you need to use mysqli_next_result() / mysqli_more_results(). See example. Stop using mysql_* functions, they're outdated.

Categories : PHP

how to call nested stored procedure sql
When you exec one procedure from another, you don't get the result set in the caller SP, the result set goes to the caller. If you need to use the result set you use INSERT INTO XXX EXEC [sp name]

Categories : SQL

How to call a stored procedure in CodeIgniter?
I think you are using the following way to call procedure. $this->db->call_function('test_proc'); Its wrong. Only default procedures can be called using this method. To call procedures defined by you, you have to go with $this->db->query("call test_proc()");

Categories : PHP

Call SQL stored procedure from Access
The text that you are inserting into your SQL statement for the Date will depend on your international settings. Try converting it to 'YYYY-MM-DD' like this:- strDel = "DELETE dbo.wiegen WHERE Tag = '" & format (Date, "YYYY-MM-DD") & "'"

Categories : Sql Server

SSIS Stored Procedure Call
Did you specify output parameters? For 2 in / 1 out your SQL code will look like: EXEC [dbo].[spGetEmployerIdCSV] ?, ?, ? OUTPUT ResultSet has to be set to none!

Categories : SQL

Storing query results into a variable and modifying it inside a Stored Procedure
Try this example CREATE PROCEDURE MyProc BEGIN --Stored Procedure variables Declare @maxOr int; Declare @maxCa int; --Getting query result in the variable (first variant of syntax) SET @maxOr = (SELECT MAX(orId) FROM [order]); --Another variant of seting variable from query SELECT @maxCa=MAX(caId) FROM [cart]; --Updating record through the variable INSERT INTO [order_cart] (orId,caId) VALUES(@maxOr, @maxCa); --return values to the program as dataset SELECT @maxOr AS maxOr, @maxCa AS maxCa -- return one int value as "return value" RETURN @maxOr END GO SQL-command to call the stored procedure EXEC MyProc

Categories : Sql Server

SELECT against stored procedure SQL Server
Well, no. To select from a stored procedure you can do the following: declare @t table ( -- columns that are returned here ); insert into @t(<column list here>) exec('storedp_Value'); If you are using the results from a stored procedure in this way and you wrote the stored procedure, seriously consider changing the code to be a view or user defined function. In many cases, you can replace such code with a simpler, better suited construct.

Categories : SQL

Insert and Select from Stored Procedure in PHP
Try using SET NOCOUNT ON in your stored procedure. You are probably being limited by the results returned to the PHP from the SQL Server PHP driver, so you aren't getting the data from the SELECT statement.

Categories : PHP

Stored Procedure over View for select
This link has most of the things you would need: What is the difference between a stored procedure and a view? For above scenario i guess you should go ahead with View, cause view would be just a snapshot of the table and does not expose the entire table, hence faster and secure. View is just a representation and source of data where as stored procedures are much more power full when it come to transactions on tables and view...

Categories : Asp Net

Mysql nested while loop in a Stored Procedure
This is because after the first iteration of the outer while loop the value of second_while_start is already second_while_count thus the inner loop does not execute as second_while_start is no longer less than second_while_count. To get your "expected result" you need to reset second_while_start. DELIMITER $$ DROP PROCEDURE IF EXISTS `First_Sp` $$ CREATE DEFINER=`root`@`localhost` PROCEDURE `First_Sp`() BEGIN DECLARE first_while_start INTEGER DEFAULT 1; DECLARE second_while_start INTEGER DEFAULT 1; DECLARE first_while_count INTEGER DEFAULT 3; DECLARE second_while_count INTEGER DEFAULT 3; WHILE first_while_start < first_while_count DO WHILE second_while_start < second_while_count DO SELECT concat(first_while_start,' - ',second_while_start) as result;

Categories : Mysql

Call Oracle Function From .NET As Stored Procedure
I don't work with Oracle anymore, so I can't test it now, but you tell me if this example works or not Dim oracleConn As OracleConnection = CreateConnection(<connection info here>) Dim oracleCmd As New OracleCommand() oracleCmd.Connection = oracleConn oracleCmd.CommandText = "TESTING2" oracleCmd.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure Dim prm = new OracleParameter("returnvalue", OracleType.VarChar) prm.Size = 1024 prm.Direction = ParameterDirection.ReturnValue oracleCmd.Parameters.Add(prm) oracleCmd.ExecuteNonQuery() Console.WriteLine(prm.Value.ToString) And by the way, I suppose that CreateConnection returns an OPEN connection right?

Categories : Asp Net

How to call a stored procedure in oracle from shell
you can just do it like this sqlplus login/pass @get_area.sql where get_area.sql contains your SQL code the last detail is to put an exit; at the end of the script oftherwise you will stay on the SQL > prompt

Categories : Oracle

How to call a stored procedure from MSSQL into grails
You can look in the Groovy Documentation about "Stored Procedure Support". Example: sql.call '{call Hemisphere(?, ?, ?)}', ['Guillaume', 'Laforge', Sql.VARCHAR], { dwells -> println dwells // => Northern Hemisphere }

Categories : Sql Server

Cancel a stored procedure call when using Spring
I am not sure of the conventional approach because till now I never came across this scenario :( . As an option you can extend StoredProcedure class and can write your own implementation of cancel() there .

Categories : Java

MS Access call SQL Server stored procedure
Try: CurrentProject.Connection.Execute "EXEC sp_CopyData" References: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ff821478(v=office.14).aspx

Categories : Sql Server



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