The connection to the underlying data source is not yet open when the event handler delegate is called.
Therefore, you cannot directly cancel the Update database operation by calling the Cancel method on the Db Command object that is exposed by the Sql Data Source Command Event Args object.
I need from my application execute this procedure and than get data by SELECT query.
The following code example demonstrates how to display data that is retrieved from a Microsoft SQL Server database in a Drop Down List control and update the record using a Text Box control.
For more information, see Script Exploits Overview.
Can this article help me with this issue: I have a procedure in Oracle, that create a temporary table with output data.
I have a grid view that is bound to Sql Data Source. When I’m updating a row I’m getting error: Procedure or function Upsert Site Map has too many arguments specified.
USE [Adventure Works] GO /****** Object: Stored Procedure [Human Resources].[Update Employee Gender] Script Date: 04/08/2011 ******/ SET ANSI_NULLS ON GO SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON GO -- ============================================= -- Author: -- ============================================= CREATE PROCEDURE [Human Resources].[Update Employee Gender] @Employee ID [int], @Gender [nchar](1) AS BEGIN UPDATE [Human Resources].[Employee] SET [Gender] = @Gender WHERE [Employee ID] = @Employee ID; END GO Is there any specific reason that column to be identified as User Id in the code?
I don't want to use built-in parameter types (like Control Parameter, Query String Parameter, etc) I need to pass a variable, but the following example does not work: Sql Data Source1.
Select Command = "SELECT items.name, FROM items INNER JOIN users_items ON = users_WHERE (users_items.user_id = @user Id) ORDER BY users_DESC" Protected Sub Sql Data Source_Selecting(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System.