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Display results in Textboxes from a stored procedure.

Posted on 2006-07-07
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I have a stored procedure that looks like this:

CREATE PROCEDURE [ichanneluser].[jpst_test]
@ID int

AS

SELECT     KundeNavn, Avdeling, Adresse
FROM         dbo.opp_Kunde
WHERE     (ID = @ID)
GO


How can I display the results in different textboxes?

Here is how I connect:

        '-----------------------------------
        Dim sqlConn As New SqlClient.SqlConnection
        sqlConn.ConnectionString = getConnection2()
        sqlConn.Open()
        Dim cmd As New SqlClient.SqlCommand
        Dim DA As New SqlClient.SqlDataAdapter
        Dim ds As New DataSet
        '-----------------------------------

        cmd.CommandText = "jpst_test"
        cmd.Parameters.Add("@ID", SqlDbType.NChar, 1000).Value = "1"

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Question by:jonastovsen
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        cmd.Parameters.Add("@ID", SqlDbType.NChar, 1000).Value = "1"
        da.selectcommand = cmd
        da.fill(ds)

        if ds.tables(0).rows.count = 1 then
           dim dr as datarow
           dr = ds.tables(0).rows(0)
           textbox1.text = dr("KundeNavn")
           textbox2.text = dr("Avdeling")    
           textbox3.text = dr("Adresse")
        end if


if any of your values can be null then you can test as follows

If dr.IsNull("Adresse") then
    textbox3.text = nothing
end if


HTH
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by:Shakti109
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Without seeing more of your code, it appears tha by you defining that "ds as new dataset" you are getting back the values in a dataset. By looking at your stored procedure, it appears you are selecting 3 values.

Going along those lines :

Mytextbox1.text = ds.tables(0).rows(0).item(0)
Mytextbox2.text = ds.tables(0).rows(0).item(1)
Mytextbox3.text = ds.tables(0).rows(0).item(2)


This assumes of course you are getting your values back as this (ds) dataset, have only one table, and are not returning multiple rows.

If you are returning multiple rows, then looping through them using a similar set of statements will suffice.
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by:jonastovsen
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Thanks for your help!
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