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Posted 11 Oct 2013



Saving Records & Caputring Return Value (Enterprise Library)

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11 Oct 2013CPOL
Stored Procedure should look like thisCREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[Purchases_Insert]    (@SupplierID     bigint,     @ReferenceNo     NVARCHAR(20),    

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Stored Procedure should look like this

CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[Purchases_Insert]
    (@SupplierID     bigint,
     @ReferenceNo     NVARCHAR(20),
     @PurchaseDate     DATETIME,
     @CurrentPurchaseID bigint output)


INSERT INTO [tblPurchases]


Data Access Layer should look like this.

 Public Sub InsertPurchase()

           Dim DB As Database = DatabaseFactory.CreateDatabase(CWB_DBCONNECTION_STRING)
            Dim DBC As DbCommand = db.GetStoredProcCommand(PURCHASES_INSERT)
            db.AddInParameter(DBC, "@SupplierID", DbType.Int64, Me.SupplierID)
            db.AddInParameter(DBC, "@ReferenceNo", DbType.String, Me.RefBillNo)
            db.AddInParameter(DBC, "@PurchaseDate", DbType.DateTime, Me.PurchaseDate)
            db.AddOutParameter(DBC,"@CurrentPurchaseID", DbType.Int64, 0)       


            Me.CurrentPurchaseID = Convert.ToInt64(db.GetParameterValue(DBC, "@CurrentPurchaseID").ToString())
        Catch ex As Exception

        End Try

    End Sub


CurrentPurchaseID  has new value of identity column.



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