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Hello Code Project,

I'm using 3 tier architecture & passing only 2 parameter (i.e user_name and password) in SP and I want to use table field data (i.e City Name) for that user.. I want that City Name at Presentation Side, How do I achieve this ?

SQL
ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[LogInProcedure]
    @username nvarchar (50),
    @password nvarchar (50)
AS
    SET NOCOUNT ON;
SELECT  * FROM users
WHERE   user_username=@username AND user_password=@password


My question is, how can get the City Name from table to the Presentation Side ??

Thanks in advance :)
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Updated 19-Nov-12 4:06am
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You want to get the City Name of the User from the stored procedure by matching User Name ans Password, correct ?
If correct, then have you tried any query for that in the procedure ?
If yes, then post that and tell us what problem you are facing exactly ?
[no name] 19-Nov-12 9:07am    
Question is just got updated.. please look out.. :)
Are you facing problems to show the details of User in the front end ?
[no name] 19-Nov-12 9:23am    
yes I am
So are you showing that in a webpage ?
How you exactly want to show ? In a grid or in some text boxes or dropdowns ?
Please define your front end ?

Based upon the comments above and your clarifications, I'm going to post this as the answer. I cannot give you a "here is the code to do it" answer because we do not have nearly enough information to do so. However, I can answer you in general terms.

The term "3-tier architecture" is generic. There are multiple ways to implement a 3-tier architechture. For example, are you using MVC, MVP, MVVM, etc. or have you done something different? In general, the middle layer asks the data access layer for information. The middle layer then transforms it and gives it to the presentation layer. In that scenario, the way you would get the city information to the presentation layer would be to have the middle layer pass it along.

I would recommend reading up on different ways to accomplish this task. There are some great articles out there, including this one, that will help:

Three Layer Architecture in C# .NET[^]
 
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[no name] 19-Nov-12 9:24am    
OMG.!! I know all this things.. Remove it as solution, please.. Because it is not the solution for I have asked for
Tim Corey 19-Nov-12 9:25am    
Then what exactly are you asking for? You know how to get the data in SQL, you know how to call the stored proc, and according to this post, you know how to get the data to the presentation layer. What are you missing?
[no name] 19-Nov-12 9:30am    
Mate, I'm going to tell you what I have done ok..
I have written stored procedure, that will be executed in Data Logic, then I'm passing parameters (textboxe's valeus-username and password) for SP from Presentation Logic to Business Logic..

SP >> Data Logic (Execute SP) >> Business Logic (Get Set for parameters) >> Presentation Logic (passing values for parameters)... Now I want City Name at the Presentation Side anyhow...
n.podbielski 19-Nov-12 9:48am    
Don't you know how do what? Google 'executing stored procedure from c#' and stop wasting people, and yours in that matter, time.
So, the code will go something like below...You can use DataSet to return the data you want to the Presentation Layer.
C#
public DataSet ViewUserProfile(string userName, string password)
        {
            SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(conStr);
            DataSet ds = new DataSet();
            SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand();
            cmd.Connection = con;
            cmd.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure;
            cmd.Parameters.Clear();
            cmd.CommandText = "proc_GetUserDetails";
            cmd.Parameters.Add(new SqlParameter("@UserName", UserName));
            cmd.Parameters.Add(new SqlParameter("@Password", Password));

            con.Open();
            SqlDataAdapter da = new SqlDataAdapter(cmd);
            da.Fill(ds);
            con.Close();
            return ds;
        }

Now, this will return data in a tabular format with all the colums you mentioned in the stored procedure.
So, in the front end you can show the values using the code below...
C#
BAlLayer objUser = new BAlLayer();
DataSet ds = objUser.ViewUserProfile(userName, password);

txtCityName.Value = ds.Tables[0].Rows[0]["CityName"].ToString();
 
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Thanks for accepting the answer @Krunal R.

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