Need to create a routine to call the stored proc above in vb.net.

Can someone help me get started in vb.net asp.net
to call the below proc.



CREATE PROCEDURE usp_GetDatePeriodFromTo
      @YEARMONTH VARCHAR(6)
AS

DECLARE @YEAR_NO int
SET @YEAR_NO = CAST(LEFT(@YEARMONTH,4) as INT)
DECLARE @MONTH_NO int
SET @MONTH_NO = CAST(RIGHT(@YEARMONTH,2) as INT)

SELECT *
FROM (
      SELECT
           
            CONVERT(int,CONVERT(varchar, @YEAR_NO)+right  ( '00' + CAST(@MONTH_NO AS VARCHAR(2)) ,2))

             AS PERIOD_NBR,
            MIN(STRT_DTTM) AS BEGIN_PRD,
            MAX(END_DTTM) AS END_PRD
      FROM BUSINESS_CALENDAR
      WHERE CONVERT(varchar(7),YR_NBR,112) = CAST(@YEAR_NO as varchar) and CASE PRD_NM
            WHEN 'Feb' THEN '1'
            WHEN 'Mar' THEN '2'
            WHEN 'Apr' THEN '3'
            WHEN 'May' THEN '4'
            WHEN 'Jun' THEN '5'
            WHEN 'Jul' THEN '6'
            WHEN 'Aug' THEN '7'
            WHEN 'Sep' THEN '8'
            WHEN 'Oct' THEN '9'
            WHEN 'Nov' THEN '10'
            WHEN 'Dec' THEN '11'
            WHEN 'Jan' THEN '12'END = @MONTH_NO
      GROUP BY PRD_NM
) T
ORDER BY PERIOD_NBR

Period_nbr    start date                            end date
200601      2006-01-29 00:00:00.000      2006-02-25 00:00:00.000
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rboyd56Commented:
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
Hello mathieu_cupryk,

  a small tutorial is here:
  http://www.vbdotnetheaven.com/UploadFile/dclark/StoredProceduresinVBdotNET04082005072716AM/StoredProceduresinVBdotNET.aspx

  Dim cmdData As New SqlCommand("usp_GetDatePeriodFromTo", cnPubs)cmdAuthors.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure

  cmdData.Parameters.Add("@yearmonth", SqlDbType.NVarChar, 6)
  cmdAuthors.Parameters("@yearmonth").Value = "200701"
  ....


Regards,

angelIII
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mathieu_cuprykAuthor Commented:
I just setup
In my default page I have this?
Imports CustomerList.BOL
 Private _calendar As New BusinessCalendar()

 Protected Sub cmdProceed_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Web.UI.ImageClickEventArgs) Handles cmdProceed.Click
        _calendar.GetBusinessCalendarPeriod(txtPeriod.Text)
    End Sub

where txtPeriod = YYYYMM

  Namespace CustomerList.BOL

    Public Class BusinessCalendar

        Public Shared Function GetBusinessCalendarPeriod(ByVal DatePeriod As String) As DataSet
            Dim db As DBAccess = New DBAccess
            db.AddParameter("@YEARMONTH", DatePeriod)
            Return db.ExecuteDataSet("usp_GetDatePeriodFromTo")
        End Function

    End Class

End Namespace

C:\SourceControl_mcupryk\InHouseDev\APPS\MKT0003 - CustomerList\src\CustomerList\MainPage.aspx.vb(58,0): warning BC42025: Access of shared member, constant member, enum member or nested type through an instance; qualifying expression will not be evaluated.

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