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PIVOT table in DataSet to Insert into DB

Posted on 2013-01-13
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Hi All, I really need some help with this issue:
I have a stored procedure creating a PIVOT table in MSSQL. I need to Insert the table (PIVOT result) into another DataBase.
I use C# EnterpriseLibrary.Data Objects to connect to DB.
I tried to make an insert SQL statement using the data in my dataset tabel object but it doesnt work. this is my code:
                String sqlCommand = "EXPORT_TOAS400_SCHEDULAR_FINAL";
                DbCommand dbCommand = Data.dbS.GetStoredProcCommand(sqlCommand);
                Data.dbS.AddInParameter(dbCommand, "opr_file_num", DbType.Int32, CurrFileNum);

                Data.dbS.LoadDataSet(dbCommand, ds, "SCHED_AS400");

                    sqlCommand = "INSERT INTO  [DB2SRV].[S6577E6F].[BPCSELTFT].[SF#272FA] "
               + " (SASORD,SAPROD,SACOPN,SAQTYB,SACORD,SACLIN,SARDTE,SACRIT,SA240,SA250"
               + " ,SA261,SA300,SA370,SA380,SA496,SA505,SA550,SA575,SA577,SA580,SA660"
               + " ,SA670,SASDDT,SANOD,SACLAS,SAPRMS,SACAT4,SAF240,SAF670,SAORDT,SANOCL)"
               + "  SELECT SORD,XL_ELTEKPN,XL_CURRENTOPERATION,XL_QTY,XL_CUSTOMERORDER,XL_ORDERLINE, EXP2,XL_CRITICALVALUE,240,"
               + " 250,261,300,370,380,496,505,550,575,577,580,660,670,EXP3,XL_DELAYEDDAYS,XL_ITEMCLASS,EXPR1,XL_HSTYPE,EXPR4,XL_CURRENTEND, XL_ORDERTYPE,XL_NUMLAYERS"
                    +" FROM " + ds.Tables["SCHED_AS400"];

             Data.dbS.ExecuteNonQuery(Data.dbS.GetSqlStringCommand(sqlCommand
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by:Hagita
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Thank you Mark. I will rephrase my question so its clearer:
How can I update MSSQL db with data from a dataset table object without looping through table rows. I am using  C# EnterpriseLibrary.Data Objects to connect to DB.
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by:Anthony Perkins
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What is not clear is what "doesnt work" with the code you posted, in other words, is there:
1. An error message, if so what is it.
2. The wrong data gets added, if so what is it and what were you expecting,
3. Something else.

Also, where is the "PIVOT table"?
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by:Hagita
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I get "Invalid object name 'SCHED_AS400'."

it seems like the provider is looking for a Data Base table. I want to transfer my Dataset table object
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by:Anthony Perkins
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It sounds like the table SCHED_AS400 does not exist in your current database (the one declared in your connection string).
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Decided to loop through rows and update only changed values. (saved original values in another dataset and compared each field value.)
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by:Hagita
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Couldnt find a better solution
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