multi-dimension array as parameter

multi-dimension array as parameter

Postby kengie » Fri 23 Apr 2010 10:45

Hi,

I have a question about your product.

We currently have lots of functions in our existing postgresql database. And we would like to re use these functions.

From your dotConnect for PostgreSQL product, can you support array or multi-dimension array as a parameter for a function?

Sample SQL:
select public.save_coord('E',
'{{"TC",0,"ABC","ABC",0,1,2009-03-16 12:24:35,"ABC",2009-03-28 13:50:56,"ABC",1900-01-01 00:00:00,"ABC","Mkhtaw==","Mkhtaw==",1}}' ,
'{
{"TC",1,1,"S0013","622",1900-01-01 ,0},
{"TC",2,1,"S0016","622B",1900-01-01 ,0},
{"TC",3,1,"S0001","HQ",1900-01-01 ,0},
{"TC",4,1,"S0002","808",1900-01-01 ,0},
{"TC",5,1,"S0019","808B",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",6,1,"S0014","813",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",7,1,"S0015","813B",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",8,1,"S0012","A1",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",9,1,"S0017","A1B",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",10,1,"S0020","276",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",11,1,"S0021","276B",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",12,1,"S0011","G05",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",13,1,"S0018","G05B",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",14,1,"S0010","PEAK",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",15,1,"S0004","PEAKB",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",16,0,"S0022","7116",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",17,0,"S0023","7116B",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",18,0,"S0024","HQ2",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",19,1,"S0025","TEST1",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",20,1,"S0026","TEST2",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",21,1,"S0027","TEST3",1900-01-01 ,0},{"TC",22,0,"S0028","TEST5",1900-01-01 ,0}
},' )

If can, how to do it? As using the expression edition of the dotconnect and with the ExecuteReader but it has exception.

Thank you for your time.

Regards,
Kengie
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Postby migle » Sun 25 Apr 2010 08:16

Hi,

I'm not affiliated with Devart, but we also use arrays as parameters.
Be sure to read the following page about using parameters and stored procedures:

http://www.devart.com/dotconnect/postgr ... eters.html

For arrays, you just have to use type PgSqlType.Array, and put PgSqlArray structures on the parameter value. Also, look for the help on PgSqlArray under Structs, not under Classes.

Miguel
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