EXEC SP and suppress built-in SP to return data

Posted on 2014-09-19
Last Modified: 2014-09-27
Dear experts,

I have a SQL 2008 database and I call a stored procedure from C# code. The SP called inside him called other SP which return recordset. Look on the pic. the result of execution.

The question is: how to avoid returning back to C# code the first result ? I guess I change the SP and pass a value that tell to embed SP to not return data, but is there a other way?
Question by:dvplayltd
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Expert Comment

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You will have to remove the select statement that selects the result.

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ID: 40333056
Can you post the sub-procedure code?

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dvplayltd earned 0 total points
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It look like the addingg additional param is the solution.

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I found the solution on my own.

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