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  • mysql stored procedure

    Does any body know how to call mysql stored procedure?
    And how about passing parameter to/from it?

    Example stored procedure in mySql :

    drop procedure if exists stp_Test1 ;

    create procedure stp_Test1 (IN param1 int ,OUT param2 int )
    BEGIN
    select count(*) into param2 from table1 where id <= param1 ;
    select * from table1 where id<=param1;
    END

    And calling sp in mysql look like this:
    set @x = 0;

    call stp_test1(3,@x);

    select @x;
    Norman

  • #2
    Re: mysql stored procedure

    Hi there

    Did you ever find out how to do this?
    I want to call a microsoft sql server stored procedure sending parameters...

    thanks!!

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    • #3
      Re: mysql stored procedure

      dim conn as SQL::Connection
      dim rs as SQL::ResultSet

      dim cliID as N
      cliID=convert_type(Request.Variables.cid,"N")

      IF conn.Open("::Name::sqlconnstringname") then
      flag=conn.Execute("CALL getClientSummary("+cliID+")")

      etc etc etc
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      contact us to discuss options.

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      • #4
        Re: mysql stored procedure

        Thanks!! Been really dumb! Is there a link to a more detailed help file here or something?

        I want to execute a stored procedure called

        InsertPeopleTask
        sending a single parameter called scriptid which is in my grid...

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        • #5
          Re: mysql stored procedure

          When do you want to run this stored procedure?
          WHen a record is inserted in the grid? deleted? updated?
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          If you need custom code, or 1-to-1 mentoring in any facet of your database/web application design,
          contact us to discuss options.

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          • #6
            Re: mysql stored procedure

            after inserted...
            I guess I could actually put a trigger on the database as well!
            Which would be the more effective way?

            thanks!

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            • #7
              Re: mysql stored procedure

              Take a look at the onBeforeSQLCommandExecute and onAfterSQLCommandExecute events of the grid and the AfterInsertRecord.

              AfterInsertRecord might be fine, but you may need to use onBeforeSQLCommandExecute and onAfterSQLCommandExecute

              You can check e.successFlag in the onAfterSQLCommandExecute and based on that use e.cn.execute to execute your procedure.

              You can probably use e.argsXML to check for script id
              something like this

              dim args as SQL::Argument
              args.xml=e.argsXML

              args.find("new_scriptid").data

              Put a debug(1) in the event and use the bottom window to look at the e.argsXML variable etc etc

              Im not quite sure exactly what you wanna do or if there is a better way of doing it - what does your stored procedure do exactly?
              Scott Moniz - Computer Programmer/Analyst
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              If you need custom code, or 1-to-1 mentoring in any facet of your database/web application design,
              contact us to discuss options.

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              • #8
                Re: mysql stored procedure

                Thanks for feedback!

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