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Recordset.Command.Execute within Item Validate event not working

We are trying to execute a stored procedure to return five records to a recordset.

In VB debug mode the very first execute does not return anything, however retrying the execute (from the debug window ) does return the records.

can anyone suggest a way to invoke the command.execute from within the item validate event please?



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    Posted on Dec 14, 2004 at 04:58 AM

    Hi I am also having difficulty getting a stored procedure to execute...

    How do you execute the command object??

    I have tried creating a recordset and executing the command object through it to no avail...

    Here is basically what i want to do (c#):

    SAPbobsCOM.Recordset rs = (SAPbobsCOM.Recordset)pCmp.GetBusinessObject(SAPbobsCOM.BoObjectTypes.BoRecordset);

    rs.Command.Name = "MyStoredProcName";


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    • Former Member Ibai Peña

      Hi Ibai,

      Once again thanks for you reply!

      I tried the code again and it worked without the "Exec", the problem was that the stored proc was expecting a parameter, which I was setting as:

      rs.Command.Parameters.Item(0).Value = "paramvalue";

      however, I later found out that 0 seems to be reserved for SBO's default out parameter, so when i set it to 1:

      rs.Command.Parameters.Item(1).Value = "paramvalue";

      everything worked fine!

      (The parameter collection is populated once the command name has been set.)

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