Vb stored procedure not updating database
The stored procedures approach foregoes these SQL statements and uses only the EXECUTE statement on stored procedures.
There are several reasons for using stored procedures to perform CRUD operations instead of ad-hoc SQL statements: After the first execution of a stored procedure, the procedures execution plan is stored in SQL Server’s procedure cache and reused for all following invocations of the stored procedure.
Thanks for that, CR is the most frustrating software I've ever had to use - and I have M$ Office 2007 installed! "Loose" is how I've been with my tongue after using CR. As you had mentioned in your article like veryfiy database, but to me its directly saying 'database is uo to date'. If i enter a value, it is remembering value and each time when i generate report it is using the saved value as input instead of input given by the user.
To the client, a stored procedure acts similar to a function.
By removing the SQL statements from the application code, all the SQL can be kept in the database and nothing but stored procedure invocations in the client application.
Using stored procedures to encapsulate the database access is also an effective way to decrease database coupling.
The short answer is: "In EF6 -- which works everywhere -- the answer is Yes." As I discuss in my article on Entity Framework 6, you can even tell EF to use your stored procedures to handle updates, deletes and inserts triggered when you call your Db Context object Save Changes method. But what the people asking this question really want is the ability to call any stored procedure whenever they want to, and to do it from the Db Context object without messing with connections or parameter objects.
You can do that in one of two ways: let the EF Designer generate code for you, or write some code yourself.