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Hi, I want to place logging around the Database class to record the stored procedure name and execution time....

In our code the stored procedures are generally called as follows:

DatabaseConnection(DbName).LoadDataSet(spName, ds, TblName, params);

The DatabaseConnection function is:

        protected Database DatabaseConnection(string databaseName)
        {    
            return DatabaseFactory.CreateDatabase(databaseName);
        }



What I want to do is raise events when the LoadDataSet starts and finishes. Any ideas how to apply this?




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Provide your own method for LoadDataSet, instead of exposing the Database.
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