VB.NET 2005: Updating with Stored Procedures - Best Practice
Posted on 2006-06-01
I'm a veteran VB.NET 2003 developer and am approaching my first VB.NET 2005 project. Many things have changed for the better in the 2005 rendition of Visual Studio. However, there is a learning curve to get into all the new (and easier things). Here is one example and I was hoping that someone can supply some examples:
Using VB.NET 2005 with SQL Server stored procedures, retrieving data from a table is extremely easy to set up. However, what escapes me at the moment and what I am having a hard time finding documentation on, is doing insert, updates and deletes with stored procedures.
Can someone give best practice examples of working with insert, update and delete stored procedures in VB.NET 2005?