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Linq to SQL Using  single sp for insert and update

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Hi EE,

I have sps that besides including both insert and update code, they also call other sps.
Can I use sps like this with Linq to SQL.
If I can, how would I use it?
I am using sql server 2005.
Thanks
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Hi Sheritlw;

Yes you can, that should not be an issue.

First create your DataContext using the ORM design tool.
Drag the Stored Procedure onto the design surface, right side of the designer.
Now in code create an instance of the data context for example :

Dim db As New DataContextName()

Then execute the SP, let say the SP is called InsertAndUpdate, something like this :

db.InsertAndUpdate( "The parameters you need to pass in" )

thats it.

Fernando
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by:Sheritlw
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Sounds good to me,
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Not a problem, glad to help.  ;=)
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