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How to run a Stored Procedure?

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  • How to run a Stored Procedure?

    1. How do I run a stored procedure with parameters when I save an invoice using the ux component or dialog component?
    2. How do I run a procedure with output parameters? When I click a button
    3. How do I run a stored procedure with no parameters? and Automatically when the built in save button is clicked on a dialog or UX component

    Thanks very much!

  • #2
    Re: How to run a Stored Procedure?

    Jetson - you would probably find all the answers you need if you use the Search feature of this board first. For starters, see the related threads at the bottom of this one.


    • #3
      Re: How to run a Stored Procedure?

      The answers are " Report this to alpha, it may be a bug" etc. Where are the answers Steve Working + s?


      • #4
        Re: How to run a Stored Procedure?

        Are you using MySQL or MSSql or other? Makes a difference in syntax.
        Pat Bremkamp
        MindKicks Consulting


        • #5
          Re: How to run a Stored Procedure?

          Here's a related posted in V11 newsgroup:

          Here is a wiki article on passing a parameter to SQL proc:

          I don't know about "output parameters" - I just have my scaler stored procedures return data as if it were doing a select statement. For example, I have an ms-sql proc that takes a number of input parameters and creates a record. The data I want returned from the proc include: The identity value of the created record and the values from two columns in a related lookup record. So, the the final statement in my stored procedure is something like this:

          SELECT New_SysID = @@IDENTITY, SomeValue1, SomeValue2 FROM SomeTable WHERE (SomeTable.SysID = @p1)

          The error handler in the sql proc has this for its last line:

          SELECT New_SysID = 0, '' AS SomeValue1, '' AS SomeValue2

          In XBasic, after the call to the proc I just check for success and then read the result from the record set as if it were a normal SELECT statement.

          The sql-proc has no other SELECT statements in the format that would return a record set.


          • #6
            Re: How to run a Stored Procedure?

            How do I use it on a grid component or ux component, I want that when data is saved then it will automatically execute the code, is the code applicable in the grid or ux component? Or maybe put the code on a button.


            • #7
              Re: How to run a Stored Procedure?

              In the Grid Builder select the "Server-side Events" node under "Code" in the left-hand panel. Under the "Server-side Events" column notice the events:

              To learn about these events, just go to the "Help" menu in Alpha and select Video Finder. In the filter box type: afterupdate
              Watch the videos under SSE2.
              Then in the video filter box type:
              after update

              With the space. it comes up with video D47 for dialog/UX.