GetStoredProcCommand not declared

cmd =GetStoredProcCommand("PARAM_TWD.dbo.usp_GetDivisions")


C:\SourceControl_mcupryk\InHouseDev\APPS\MKT0003 - CustomerList\src\CustomerList\App_Code\BOL\Division.vb(260,0): error BC30456: 'GetStoredProcCommand' is not a member of 'CustomerList.DAL.DBAccess'.

Error      8      Name 'GetStoredProcCommand' is not declared.      C:\SourceControl_mcupryk\InHouseDev\APPS\MKT0003 - CustomerList\src\CustomerList\App_Code\BOL\Division.vb      260      23      http://localhost/CustomerList/


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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
GetStoredProcCommand() is to be used like this:

Database db = DatabaseFactory.CreateDatabase();
cmd = db.GetStoredProcCommand("PARAM_TWD.dbo.usp_GetDivisions")
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mathieu_cuprykAuthor Commented:


Error      7      Expression is not a method.      C:\SourceControl_mcupryk\InHouseDev\APPS\MKT0003 - CustomerList\src\CustomerList\App_Code\BOL\Division.vb      261      17      http://localhost/CustomerList/


Error      9      Name 'db' is not declared.      C:\SourceControl_mcupryk\InHouseDev\APPS\MKT0003 - CustomerList\src\CustomerList\App_Code\BOL\Division.vb      262      23      http://localhost/CustomerList/


 Dim Database As DAL.DBAccess = New DAL.DBAccess
 'We get the divisions
                Database(db = DatabaseFactory.CreateDatabase())
                cmd = db.GetStoredProcCommand("PARAM_TWD.dbo.usp_GetDivisions")

                'Temporarilly put the results in a dataset so we can check for valid data
                tmpds = db.ExecuteDataSet(cmd)
         
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
Glad I could help.
as you did not post which programming language you worked with, I wrongly assumed C# and not vb.net, although I should have seen that from the error message :-(
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