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SQL Stored procedure from Clarion

SQL Stored procedure from Clarion

SQL Stored procedure from Clarion

How do i call an SQL stored procedure(MS SQL 2k), with parameters, from Clarion?

RE: SQL Stored procedure from Clarion

Have you Read the Clarion Help - MSSQL Acc - Using Embedded Code?

I normally create a Dummy Table in MS-SQL and then create a view on that table and execute the SQL command on the view.
The way to execute is to use PROP:SQL.

SQLView  VIEW(DummyFile)

Param1   string(30)
Param2   long
RetVal   LONG

STORED PROCEDURE with Parameters Passed :

SQLView{PROP:SQL} = 'CALL dbo.store_proc_name (<39>' & CLIP(Param1) & '<39>, ' & Param2 & ')'

STORED PROCEDURE with Parameters Passed with Return Value:

SQLView{PROP:SQL} = '&RetVal = CALL dbo.store_proc_name (<39>' & CLIP(Param1) & '<39>, ' & Param2 & ')'

STORED PROCEDURE with Parameters Passed with Return Value & OUTPUT Parameter (Param1):

SQLView{PROP:SQL} = '&RetVal = CALL dbo.store_proc_name ( &Param1, ' & Param2 & ')'

RE: SQL Stored procedure from Clarion

If you are using the PROP:SQL to return back OUTPUT Parameters, the DummyFile should be opened in READ-ONLY, DENY ALL mode. You can set this in the File Overrides of the Global settings of the APP.

RE: SQL Stored procedure from Clarion

i need help about progress bar.
i make a back end script with sql server200 and i want to make progress bar in clarion can anyone help me.

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