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Hi EE,

What is the best way to select, insert and update data in VB 2008?  
It seems tedious to write out all the values of an insert statement and I read somewhere that you could use parameters.
Can you use parameters with a MS Access backend?  
If yes, could you provide an examples?  I especially need an example of the insert statement that uses parameters and returns the "SELECT @@IDENTITY"?
Thank you
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by:jpaulino
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Here you have some examples:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.data.oledb.oledbcommand.aspx
Select on the Remark the ExecuteReader, ExecuteNonQuery  and ExecuteScalar methods to see other examples.

' Use this and a ExecuteScalar method

Dim SQL As String = "INSERT INTO myTable([username]) VALUES (@username); Select @@IDENTITY;"

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Here is how I capture the @@Identity
        myPath = Server.MapPath("yourdb.mdb")

        con.ConnectionString = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0; Data source=" & myPath & ";"
 

        Dim insCmd As New System.Data.OleDb.OleDbCommand
 

        insCmd.CommandText = "insert into Data (your code) values (your code)
 

        insCmd.Connection = con
 

        Dim idCmd As New System.Data.OleDb.OleDbCommand

        'Captures AutoID Number

        idCmd.CommandText = "select @@IDENTITY"
 

        idCmd.Connection = con

        con.Open()

        insCmd.ExecuteNonQuery()

        ' sets newid as value of @@Identity

        Dim newid As Integer = idCmd.ExecuteScalar()

        con.Close()

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@ITHelper80,
You don't need to do two calls to the database. You can use only one ExecuteScalar() that inserts and gets the inserted ID.
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by:Sheritlw
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Hi ipaulino,
Do you have an example that you can provide here?  Everytime I click on a link my IE crashes.
Thanks,
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by:ITHelper80
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Honeslty I am still learning this myself but I thought

Execute NonQuery..
1.It will not return any data.
2.It is used with insert and update.
3.It returns only the number of rows affected.

Execute Scaler..
1.It returns only one value.
2.That value will the first column first row value.

How can you perform an Insert/Update etc with the Execute Scaler command?
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by:Sheritlw
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Sorry I guess this question was for jpaulino.

Can you provide an example on using the ExecuteScaler command?

Thanks
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by:ITHelper80
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My code shows you how to use the ExecuteScaler command to retrieve the @@Identity value.

The link JPaulino posted even said to use ExecuteNonQuery for Selects,Inserts and Updates so I am confused why he says not to use it.
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by:jpaulino
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>> Honeslty I am still learning this myself but I thought
So do I ... always learning.
 
You code is right, but you can do all in one command. ExecuteScaler() also executes an T-SQL command and if you saw my first post you will see that I have used:
Dim SQL As String = "INSERT INTO myTable([username]) VALUES (@username); Select @@IDENTITY;"

You can do all like this:

            Using connection As New OleDbConnection(connString)

                Dim SQL As String = "INSERT INTO myTable([username]) VALUES (@username); Select @@IDENTITY;"

                Using command As New OleDbCommand(SQL, connection)
 

                    Dim result As Integer = command.ExecuteScalar

                    Debug.WriteLine(result.ToString)
 

                End Using

            End Using

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by:jpaulino
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You should use ExecuteNonQuery if you don't want need to retrieve any values from the T-SQL. The ExecuteNonQuery also returns the number of affected record.
If you do "INSERT INSERT INTO myTable([username]) VALUES (@username)"  the result should be 1
 

            Using connection As New OleDbConnection(connString)

                Dim SQL As String = "INSERT INTO myTable([username]) VALUES (@username);"

                Using command As New OleDbCommand(SQL, connection)

 

                    Dim result As Integer = command.ExecuteNonQuery 

                    Debug.WriteLine(result.ToString)

 

                End Using

            End Using

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by:Sheritlw
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Hi iPaulino,

Sorry I couldn't read your post... everytime I click on a link my IE crashes.
I will try this now.
Thanks
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by:Sheritlw
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Hi Paulino,

I tried the example you provided with the Select @@Identify at the end and got an error saying there were characters at the end of insert statement.
Here is the insert I used
str = "Insert into Company " _
       & " (CompanyName, Address1, Address2, CityName, StateID, Postal, " _
       & " CntryID, DefaultStateID, DefaultCntryID) Values " _
       & " ('" & msCompanyName & "', '" & msAdd1 & "','" & msAdd2 & "', " _
       & " '" & msCity & "'," & miStateID & ",'" & msPostal & "', " _
       & " " & miCntryID & ", " & miDefStateID & ", " & miDefCntryID & "); " _
       & " Select @@IDENTITY;"
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by:Sheritlw
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This is what I finally got to work.

            Using cmd As New OleDbCommand(GenerateSQLInsert(), oleCnn)
                Dim idCmd As New System.Data.OleDb.OleDbCommand
                oleCnn.Open()
                i = cmd.ExecuteNonQuery()
                idCmd.CommandText = "Select @@IDENTITY"
                idCmd.Connection = oleCnn
                i = idCmd.ExecuteScalar()
                oleCnn.Close()
            End Using

            Return i

I will split the points
Thanks for your help
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>> I tried the example you provided with the Select @@Identify at the end and got an error saying there were characters at the end of insert statement.
What code have you done for this ?
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