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Hello,

Create PROCEDURE LoadAppointment
 
AS
 
SELECT * FROM [Scheduler].[dbo].[tblAppointments]
 
GO
Posted 3-Mar-13 20:27pm
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Karthik Harve at 4-Mar-13 2:35am
   
This is not a question. if any thing wrong sql server would throw error. if the server is throwing any error, then paste that error message.

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Solution 1

Looks like a Valid one. Now, you should have simply run and checked in the SQL server yourself instead of posting and asking here.
Refer: MSDN: CREATE PROCEDURE (Transact-SQL)[^]

Make sure this is correct table reference: [Scheduler].[dbo].[tblAppointments]
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ArunAmalraj at 4-Mar-13 3:43am
   
I have this code: But, my DataTable is not getting loaded with any data.

//var conn = new SqlConnection(ConnectionString);
//var cmd = new SqlCommand
// {
// Connection = conn,
// CommandText = "LoadAppointment",
// CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure
// };
////cmd.Parameters.Add(new SqlParameter("Parametr Name", "Parameter value"));
//cmd.Connection.Open();
//var dr = cmd.ExecuteReader(CommandBehavior.CloseConnection);
//var dt = new DataTable();
//dt.Load(dr);

Thanks for your help so far. Awaiting for a Solution to accept.

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