Tagged: Automations

ADORecordSet

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This is a detailed description for the used ADORecordSet command mentioned in the articles Stored Procedures and Navision and ADO in Navision.

ADORecordSet

The ADO RecordSet is defined by the automation ‘Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects Recordset 2.8 Library’.Recordset or by ‘Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects 2.8 Library’.Recordset

It is used to hold a set of records from a from a database table or a defined query. The Recordset object contains rows and columns (fields).
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ADOCommand

This is a detailed description for the used ADOCommand command in the articles Stored Procedures and Navision and ADO in Navision.

ADOCommand

The ADO Command is defined by the automation ‘Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects 2.8 Library’.Command
It is used to execute a query against a database.
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ADOConnection

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I have been asked to describe the different ADO commands parameters more explicit. So here are a detailed description for the used ADOconnection command in the articles Stored Procedures and Navision and ADO in Navision.

ADOconnection

ADOconnection is defined by the automation ‘Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects 2.8 Library’.Connection
It is used to create and open a connection to a data source (database).
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Stored Procedures and Navision

If you are executing a specific SQL query very often, it would be usefully to have it as Stored Procedure on the SQL Server.

Stored Procedures is a collection of SQL statements.

There are 2 ways to create a store procedure:

  1. In the SQL Server Management Studio – you can right click on Stored Procedures and chose to create a new Stored Procedure. It will then create a template for you, which you just have to fill out and execute
  2. The second way is to build a script by yourself

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ADO in Navision

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With ADO you can execute SQL Scripts and Stored Procedures from Navision.

To use ADO in Navision, you have to use the automation “Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects 2.8 Library”

Lets take a closer on how to make a SQL connection and perform a SQL Query in Navision.

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ADO.NET

For test purpose I did a little test in C#, where I did use ADO.NET to make a connection to my SQL Server.

The common way to access a database is to do the following:

  1. Open a connection to the Database
  2. Perform the Query using a recordset for the returned data
  3. Extract Data needed and close the recordset
  4. Close the connection

Lets take a close look on how to do it in C# ADO.NET

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