logo
down
shadow

Why do I get errors when I try to fire stored procedure?


Why do I get errors when I try to fire stored procedure?

By : Cen Dengji
Date : November 20 2020, 11:01 PM
may help you . Table valued types and parameters in TSQL are little different then you've conceived.
Table valued parameters are basically tables, not arrays or lists. You cannot use comma seperated syntax to specify multiple values.
code :
DECLARE @return_value int
DECLARE @MyList AS dbo.IdArray

INSERT INTO @MyList (Id) 
VALUES (1),(6)

EXEC @return_value = [dbo].[SP_TEST_TLP] @List = @MyList

SELECT  'Return Value' = @return_value


Share : facebook icon twitter icon
Stored Procedure Does Not Fire Last Command

Stored Procedure Does Not Fire Last Command


By : Ludovic Lunatique
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you From your comments I get you do mainly C# development. A basic test is to make sure the sproc is called with the exact same arguments you expect
code :
PRINT '@packetID: ' + @packetID
PRINT '@statusID: ' + @statusID
EXEC spSendEventNotificationEmail @packetID, @statusID, 'http:\\cpweb:8100\NextStep.aspx'
When does RAISERROR fire in a stored procedure?

When does RAISERROR fire in a stored procedure?


By : Maciek Jarmula
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . That's not how it works in T-SQL. Nothing in the documentation for TRY...CATCH or RAISERROR specifies any special cases that would override:
Fire stored procedure on new connection

Fire stored procedure on new connection


By : stvenus
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times You should check out logon triggers. I think you could write your code in there and not have to really use a stored procedure.
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Bb326598%28v=sql.120%29.aspx
Stored procedure don't fire some time

Stored procedure don't fire some time


By : Pjanus
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine finally i decide to do it by Ajax . compere new way with store procedure
code :
function setMonth(account ) {
    // $("#Loading").show();
    setTimeout(function () {
        $.ajax({
            url: "../UCSandogh/Ajax/Month.aspx",
            type: "get",
            dataType: "HTML",
            async: false,
            cache: false,
            timeout: 30000,
            data: { action: "setMonth", account: account, date: sDate, amount: moneyAmount, monthCount: monthCountInput },
            error: function () {
                return false;
            },
            success: function (msg) {
                progressBar(parseInt(currentProg));
                if (msg) {
                    lastInsertStatus = true;
                    return true;
                } else {
                    lastInsertStatus = false;
                    return false;
                }
            }
        }).done(NextAcc())
    }, 3000);
}
XML Parsing - Illegal XML Character (when executing stored procedure, running procedure queries results in no errors)

XML Parsing - Illegal XML Character (when executing stored procedure, running procedure queries results in no errors)


By : Barry.Wan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Pure guessing:
The file is utf-8 encoded (or any other encoding, SQL-Server 2008 cannot read natively). You must know, that SQL-Server is rather limited with file encodings. CHAR (or VARCHAR) is extended ASCII 1-byte encoding and NCHAR (or NVARCHAR) is UCS-2 2-byte encoding (which is almost identical with UTF-16). With SQL-Server 2016 (and SP2 for v2014) some further support was introduced, especially for utf-8. Try to open your XML with an appropriate editor (e.g. notepad++) and try to find out the file's encoding. Try to save this as "unicode / UCS-2 / utf-16" and retry the import. Try to use your import with CLOB instead of BLOB. Reading the file as binary LargeObject will take the bytes one after the next. SQL-Server will try to read these bytes as string with fixed size per character. A character LOB might work under special circumstances. Check the first two bytes for a BOM (byte order mark) There is some dirt within your XML Open the file with an HEX-editor and try to find strange codes Your code processes the file's content within a dynamically created statement. In such cases sometimes you run into truncation or string-breaking quotes General hint: If you import data and you expect issues it is highly recommended to use a 2-step-approach Read your file into a tolerant staging table (with NVARCHAR(MAX) or even VARBIANRY(MAX) target columns) and try to continue with this. It might be necessary to use another tool to change your file before the import.
Related Posts Related Posts :
  • SQL Merge Error : The MERGE statement attempted to UPDATE or DELETE
  • SQL Server : how to define header?
  • SQL SELECT and INSERT/UPDATE, PIVOT?
  • SQL View based on a xml column
  • Why does EF send request twice for each query to SQL
  • Remove option (recompile) from code
  • SQL XML Multiple Elements Per Row
  • Adding non-clustered index to a table to increase performance
  • Conditional row selection
  • SQL - Get the data based on the number of fields
  • Dynamic SQL query Issue - SQL Server
  • How to send an email to multiple recipients ?
  • Visual Studio 2015 cannot connect to SQL Server LocalDB
  • SQL Server Management Studio, Beginner
  • How do I declare array of integers in a SQL Server stored procedure?
  • Table structure in Asp.Net Identity
  • Generating unique logon id failing when loop reaches 9 in sql 2012
  • How to open %AppData%\Nutshell.mdf in LINGPad
  • How to make SQL Server database backup and its contents?
  • Execute dynamic sql "alter database" inside trigger
  • How to wrap or observe using SQL CLR types
  • How to only keep the time portion of a datetime value (SQL Server)?
  • Top five current month birthday candidates and greater than today's date using SQL
  • create and store large XML output in SQL
  • SSDT & TFS: compare SQL Server database not working
  • Query for pattern separated by new lines
  • If condition isn't met, raise error, if not, run procedure
  • In SQL, Trying to link 2 tables, adding missing lines for current month only
  • Database Normalization - Field depending on another non-key field
  • SQL Server: How to improve performance for queries with multiple CTEs and subqueries in the WHERE clause
  • retrieve data from left table when condition is not met
  • XPath fn:data in sql server causes Type conversion in expression may affect "CardinalityEstimate" in query pla
  • Connect Azure webapp to sqlserver in rackspace
  • Where do I put the if statement?
  • SQL Customer orders list
  • Updating first available row with multiple conditions
  • What ssis design pattern is good for flat file to table load
  • Update column in table based on another table field
  • Performing CRUD operation on each distinct value of a column
  • Archival stored procedures
  • How to create a trigger for insert and update data
  • Import large database from bacpac with SQL Server Management Studio
  • Error in specify relationship in data source view of ssas
  • I am having trouble using contains in sql server 2008 and doesn't show any output if my text has "for" or &quo
  • OSQL command to stop the services
  • CLR Function publish.sql file
  • Performance impact of Lookup in SSRS Report Builder
  • Add character to the left of the String
  • Log column constraint violations
  • Concatenate many rows into one
  • Create #temp using SELECT INTO with desired data type
  • SQL server concat SP output with multiple columns into one string in select query
  • Updating a date record and getting: Operand type clash: date is incompatible with int
  • Executing thousands of SQLServer queries at one time
  • Import data from Excel using SSIS without knowing the file name
  • SQL Best Practices for Identity value hard coding
  • How make sqlcmd hold file access rights on linux?
  • How to insert new record in AdventureWorks2016 which uses BusinessIdentityId
  • Conditional logic in T-SQL select statement
  • Why does query return a line when using a date filter when it shouldn't?
  • shadow
    Privacy Policy - Terms - Contact Us © soohba.com