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how can i know if the command affect row in the db ?

Posted on 2006-11-26
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hi there
i have this func :

private bool CalcMem(int Month,int Kamot,string FamCode,string Sph,string Cyl)
            {
                  Memoza = (Kamot / 12) * Month;
                  MessageBox.Show(Memoza.ToString());
            MyCon.ConnectionString=BizLog.Conn.ConnString();

                  try
                  {
                        IDbCommand cmdUpdate = MyCon.CreateCommand();
                        cmdUpdate.CommandText="update Products set MelayMinmum=@MinSum "+
                              "where ParitFamilyId=@Fam and ParitSPH=@Sph and ParitCYL=@Cyl";

                        SqlParameter parm = new SqlParameter("@MinSum",SqlDbType.Int,8);
                        parm.Direction=ParameterDirection.Input;
                        parm.Value=Memoza;

                        SqlParameter parm1 = new SqlParameter("@Fam",SqlDbType.VarChar,50);
                        parm1.Direction=ParameterDirection.Input;
                        parm1.Value=FamCode;

                        SqlParameter parm2 = new SqlParameter("@Sph",SqlDbType.VarChar,50);
                        parm2.Direction=ParameterDirection.Input;
                        parm2.Value=Sph;

                        SqlParameter parm3 = new SqlParameter("@Cyl",SqlDbType.VarChar,50);
                        parm3.Direction=ParameterDirection.Input;
                        parm3.Value=Cyl;

                        cmdUpdate.Parameters.Clear();
                        cmdUpdate.Parameters.Add(parm);
                        cmdUpdate.Parameters.Add(parm1);
                        cmdUpdate.Parameters.Add(parm2);
                        cmdUpdate.Parameters.Add(parm3);

                        MyCon.Open();
                        cmdUpdate.ExecuteNonQuery();
                        MyCon.Close();

                        return true;
                  }
                  catch
                  {
                        MyCon.Close();
                        return false;
                  }
                  
how can i know if the command affect on rows in the db ?
maybe the command affected only 1 row in the db or more and maybe its didint affect any rows
can i return the number of rows that affectd ....

thanks ...
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 300 total points
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the function ExecuteNonQuery returns the number of rows affected:

int rows_affected = cmdUpdate.ExecuteNonQuery();
if (rows_affected == 0)
,...

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thanks ....
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