''SqlCommand'' ''marshal by reference, disposable'

SqlCommand marshal by reference, disposable

System.Data.SqlClient (system.data.dll) sealed class

This class represents a Transact-SQL command or stored procedure that can be executed against a SQL Server data source. For information about the basic SqlCommand methods and properties, refer to the reference for the System.Data.IDbCommand interface, which SqlCommand implements. SqlCommand errors result in a SqlException being thrown.

The order of parameters isn't important with the SqlCommand when you create a parameterized query or stored procedure. To create a parameterized query, set CommandType to System.Data.CommandType.Text and name all parameters. For example, you can set the CommandText to:

SELECT * FROM Customers WHERE CustomerID = @CustomerID

to specify that a CustomerID value will be supplied as a parameter with the name @CustomerID .

The SqlCommand class also adds an ExecuteXmlReader( ) method, which executes a SELECT query that uses the FOR XML clause to return the results in an XML document. You can access the nodes of this document in a forward-only, node-by-node basis using the System.Xml.XmlReader instance that ExecuteXmlReader( ) returns. For more information about the FOR XML clause, refer to Chapter 17 or SQL Server 2000 Books Online.

public sealed class SqlCommand : System.ComponentModel.Component , System.Data.IDbCommand, ICloneable {
// Public Constructors
   public SqlCommand(  );  
   public SqlCommand( string cmdText);  
   public SqlCommand(string cmdText, SqlConnection connection);
   public SqlCommand(string cmdText, SqlConnection connection, SqlTransaction transaction);
// Public Instance Properties
   public string CommandText{set; get; }                       // implements System.Data.IDbCommand
   public int CommandTimeout{set; get; }                       // implements System.Data.IDbCommand
   public CommandType CommandType{set; get; }                  // implements System.Data.IDbCommand
   public SqlConnection Connection{set; get; } 
   public bool DesignTimeVisible{set; get; } 
   public SqlParameterCollection Parameters{get; } 
   public SqlTransaction Transaction{set; get; } 
   public UpdateRowSource UpdatedRowSource{set; get; }         // implements System.Data.IDbCommand
// Public Instance Methods
   public void Cancel(  );                                       // implements System.Data.IDbCommand
   public SqlParameter CreateParameter(  );  
   public int ExecuteNonQuery(  );                               // implements System.Data.IDbCommand
   public SqlDataReader ExecuteReader(  );  
   public SqlDataReader ExecuteReader(System.Data.CommandBehavior behavior);
   public object ExecuteScalar(  );                              // implements System.Data.IDbCommand
   public XmlReader ExecuteXmlReader(  );  
   public void Prepare(  );                                      // implements System.Data.IDbCommand
   public void ResetCommandTimeout(  );  


System.Object figs/U2192.gif System.MarshalByRefObject figs/U2192.gif System.ComponentModel.Component(System.ComponentModel.IComponent, System.IDisposable) figs/U2192.gif SqlCommand(System.Data.IDbCommand, System.ICloneable)

Returned By

SqlCommandBuilder.{GetDeleteCommand( ) , GetInsertCommand( ) , GetUpdateCommand() , SqlConnection.CreateCommand( ) , SqlDataAdapter.{DeleteCommand , InsertCommand , SelectCommand , UpdateCommand} , SqlRowUpdatedEventArgs.Command , SqlRowUpdatingEventArgs.Command

Passed To

SqlCommandBuilder.DeriveParameters( ) , SqlDataAdapter.{DeleteCommand , InsertCommand , SelectCommand , SqlDataAdapter( ) , UpdateCommand} , SqlRowUpdatingEventArgs.Command

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