Executing custom sql-commands

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Bart, Feb 8, 2006.

  1. Bart

    Bart Guest

    Hello,

    I'm fairly new to asp.net and am trying to construct a webpage where
    people have to log in to get acces (and more but first things first).
    I'm using Microsoft SQL-server 2000 (SP3).
    The sqlDataSource I have placed, userDS, can connect to the
    database/table and I'm able to edit and delete data via the GridView
    component but don't know how to run custom sql-commands. I've tried
    different variations of userDS.Select() but don't know (and can't find
    on these discussiongroups) how to specify the arguments. All the help I
    can find on this topic refer to an 'execute'-command but I can't get
    this to work. I've also tried it on a dataset.datatable object.

    Would anyone be so kind and help me out?

    Kind regards,
    Bart Goltstein
     
    Bart, Feb 8, 2006
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