I am using a stored procedure to facilitate auditing (after my last post I was dissuaded from using the Log Explorer software for auditing). It look something like this:-
I run the first stored procedure then I run the Audit Trail stored procedure
Dim StoredProc as string
StoredProc = "<<stored procedure name>>"
Dim Parameters as string
Dim cmd As SqlCommand = New SqlCommand(StoredProc, objConnection)
cmd .CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure
cmd .Parameters.Add("@UserId", Session("UserId"))
cmd .Parameters.Add("@Parameters", ???????????)
My question is how can I loop through the parameters in the first stored procedure to give me a string? (e.g. Test1, Test2, Test3...) I am writing the contents of this into one table no matter what stored proc is run.
Any help would be appreciated!