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3/12/2018 7:29 PM
 

Hi everyone.

I'm developing .cs code to get data from a Stored Procedure and store it to a List but i'm having trouble getting all datasets to the List.

 

The SP:

ALTER PROCEDURE [_testSchm].[_test_sp]

    @paramINint int,   

    @paramINnvarchar nvarchar(max),   

    @paramOUTint int OUTPUT,   

    @paramOUTnvarchar nvarchar(max) OUTPUT

AS   

    set @paramOUTint = @paramINint * 33

    set @paramOUTnvarchar = REVERSE(@paramINnvarchar)

    select 666 as ResultSet1

    select 999 as ResultSet1

    return 401

 

 

The class i defined to fill the list in the .cs code:

 

    public class readerSQL

    {

        public int paramOUTint { get; set; } //esto es de prueba y si, se devuelve a cliente con el valor null porque el SP no lo rellena a su llamada

        public string paramOUTnvarchar { get; set; }

        public string JSON { get; set; }

        public int ResultSet1 { get; set; }

        public int ReturnValue { get; set; }

    }

 

The .cs code:

 

                var paramINint = 3;

                var paramINnvarchar = "carlos";

                var paramOUTint = 0;

                var paramOUTnvarchar = "";

                object[] testJSONParameters = new object[] { paramINint, paramINnvarchar, paramOUTint, paramOUTnvarchar }; 

                IDataReader petaReaderTest = PetaPocoHelper.ExecuteReader( 

                    DataProvider.Instance().ConnectionString,

                    CommandType.StoredProcedure,

                    "_testSchm._test_sp",

                    testJSONParameters

                );

                var ReturnJSON = CBO.FillCollection<readerSQL>(petaReaderTest);

 

The SP:

ALTER PROCEDURE [_testSchm].[_test_sp]

    @paramINint int,   

    @paramINnvarchar nvarchar(max),   

    @paramOUTint int OUTPUT,   

    @paramOUTnvarchar nvarchar(max) OUTPUT

AS   

    set @paramOUTint = @paramINint * 33

    set @paramOUTnvarchar = REVERSE(@paramINnvarchar)

    select 666 as ResultSet1

    select 999 as ResultSet1

    return 401

 

 

 ReturnJSON returns only this:


<ArrayOfreaderSQL>
<readerSQL>
<JSON i:nil="true"/>
<ResultSet1>666</ResultSet1>
<ReturnValue>0</ReturnValue>
<paramOUTint>0</paramOUTint>
<paramOUTnvarchar i:nil="true"/>
</readerSQL>

</ArrayOfreaderSQL>

 

What it should return (call at SQL management studio):

ColName : ResultSet

Value :         666

 

ColName : ResultSet

Value :         999

 

ColName : @paramOUTint   |||    @paramOUTnvarchar

Value :                      99             |||                solrac

 

ColName : Return Value

Value :              401

 

 
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3/14/2018 5:09 PM
 
I can't edit the post, here you can see it more clean:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4...
 
New Post
3/14/2018 5:09 PM
 
I can't edit the post, here you can see it more clean:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4...
 
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