C# CLR Stored Procedure

Hi, I have alreday wrote a C# CLR function , it's working without DataReader while loop
for example
SQLDataReader reader=cmd.ExecutedReader();
NOT working
while (reader.Read())



I need to pass records using while loop. How to do that ? this is going to call in the Stored Procedure (creating Assembley)
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Ryan ChongBusiness Systems Analyst , ex-Senior Application EngineerCommented:
try look for SendResultsRow instead.

SqlPipe.SendResultsRow Method (SqlDataRecord)

an example is available here but it's using Data Table, but you can adopt same technique for your SQLDataReader

Returning a DataTable over SqlContext.Pipe

hope this helps

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lankapalaAuthor Commented:
Thanks Ryan,But the issue is actually not that, i created the DataTable and transferred all the data to the Datattable then passed .It's work after created Datatable. Thanks for you guide
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