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VB.net insert multiple records into table on insert based on Order Number

Posted on 2009-05-14
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I have a table Order_No with Order_No (Auto Increment) and Date Ordered
I also have another table Order with ID, Order_No (Which needs to be populated of the next available number from the Order_No table)

Then I also need to know how to loop through on insert for my Orders table based on ProductID. Each Product has unique values and all items will be tied together by Order_No.  I have done simple inserts into a table before, but never one like this...

help?


Try
 
            Dim insertOrder As New Data.SqlClient.SqlCommand("INSERT INTO Orders(Order_No,AssociationID,Customer_ID,ProductID,Options,Rate,RateOvveride) VALUES (@Order_No,@AssociationID,@Customer_ID,@ProductID,@Options,@Rate,@RateOvveride); SELECT SCOPE_IDENTITY();", myConnection)
            insertOrder.Parameters.AddWithValue("@AssociationID", ddlAssociation.SelectedValue)
            insertOrder.Parameters.AddWithValue("@Customer_ID", ddlExhibitor.SelectedValue)
            insertOrder.Parameters.AddWithValue("@ProductID", txtDirProdID.Text)
            insertOrder.Parameters.AddWithValue("@Options", ddlDirSize.SelectedValue)
   
 
            myConnection.Open()
            insertOrder.ExecuteNonQuery()
            myConnection.Close()
 
 
        Catch ex As Exception
 
            lblConfirmation.Text = "Error saving: " & ex.Message.ToString
        End Try

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You'd be better off writing a stored procedure to do all this. Execute the stored procedure from your vb.net app. That way all the wrok is executed on the server from a single client-side call.
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