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How do I use a .NET tableadapter to retreive a scalar value from a Stored Procedure

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I have been having issues retrieving scalar values from scalar tableadapter queries.

The tableadapter was set up to use an existing, TESTED, storedprocedure.

I can PREVIEW the expected data...

But in retrieving the value in code I keep getting cast type errors.

I have check to make sure the return type of the qure


MyDoubleValue = Convert.ToDouble(this.MyTableAdapter.GetInterestReceived("1O2", "9050",  "9205", PeriodStart, PeriodEnd));

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by:hertzgordman
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BTW I have "coded" the function using the SP and the executescalar() technique.

It works but seems like more effort than necessary...
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by:philipjonathan
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Need more info, what is inside GetInterestReceived method?
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by:hertzgordman
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Its a select statement retrieving the sum of a filtered set of transactions.

Would be comparable to adding up the sales for the customer for a date range.

Returns ONE field which is the total field.
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by:philipjonathan
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Mind to show the code?
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by:hertzgordman
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Here is the SP (one just like the one above):

CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.GP_TRX_SelectTotalsForLoanTrxTypeSourceDocDateRange(@Segment_1 char(4),
@Segment_2 char(4),
@Segment_4 char(4),
@TransactionTypeCode char(10),
@StartDate datetime,
@EndDate datetime,
@SourceDoc char(11))
AS SELECT     SUM(NetTrxAmount) AS NetTrxTotal
FROM         dbo.GP_TRX_VIEW
WHERE     (Segment_1 = @Segment_1) AND (Segment_2 = @Segment_2) AND (Segment_4 = @Segment_4) AND (TransactionTypeCode = @TransactionTypeCode)
                       AND (TRXDATE BETWEEN @StartDate AND @EndDate) AND (SOURCDOC = @SourceDoc)

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by:philipjonathan
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Mm, I mean the code inside GetInterestReceived method. I suspect the Convert.ToDouble should go in there
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MyReturn = Convert.ToDouble(this.GP_TRX_SelectTotalsForLoanTrxTypeSourceDocDateRange(
"1O2", "9050",  "9205", "INTREC",PeriodStart, PeriodEnd,"CMTRX"));
 
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philipjonathan earned 500 total points
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It calls the SP directly? I'm afraid you can't do that, you'd need to use SqlConnection and SqlCommand objects to do that. Try this:

string connectionString = "your connection string here ...";

SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection(connectionString);

try

{

  connection.Open();
 

  string cmdText = "GP_TRX_SelectTotalsForLoanTrxTypeSourceDocDateRange";

  SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand(cmdText, connection);

  cmd.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure;

  cmd.Parameters.Add("@Segment_1", SqlDbType.Char, 4).Value = "1O2";

  cmd.Parameters.Add("@Segment_2", SqlDbType.Char, 4).Value = "9050";

  cmd.Parameters.Add("@Segment_4", SqlDbType.Char, 4).Value = "9205";

  cmd.Parameters.Add("@TransactionTypeCode", SqlDbType.Char, 10).Value = "INTREC";

  cmd.Parameters.Add("@StartDate", SqlDbType.DateTime).Value = PeriodStart;

  cmd.Parameters.Add("@EndDate", SqlDbType.DateTime).Value = PeriodEnd;

  cmd.Parameters.Add("@SourceDoc", SqlDbType.Char, 11).Value = "CMTRX";
 

  object total = cmd.ExecuteScalar();

  return Convert.ToDouble(total);

}

finally

{

  connection.Close();

}

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That's what I eventually did and it seemed to work.

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Thanks!
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