Any suggestions on why I cannot get the ResultSets.Table1 object to populate? I've tried several different things and it seems like Flow isn't fully turning the Output from my Stored Procedure Action into objects that can be used in subsequent steps. See below for what I am getting
With DbWebApi you can access SQL Server or Oracle package stored procedures in a managed way out of the box (like http://BaseUrl/fully_qualified_name_of_stored_procedure/mediatype) from any http client, get the results as JSON, BSON, XML, CSV, Excel xlsx, JSONP, or any text generated by Razor dynamic templating. For examples,
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Aug 04, 2011 · An OLE DB record is available. Source: “Microsoft SQL Server Native Client 11.0” Hresult: 0x80004005. Description: “The metadata could not be determined because statement ‘<sql statement>’ in procedure ‘<procedure name>’ uses a temp table.”. The OLE DB Command function tries to use one of the new programmability enhancements in ...
The IBM OLE DB DB2 provider and Microsoft OLE DB DB2 provider do not support using an SQL command that calls a stored procedure. When this kind of command is used, the OLE DB source cannot create the column metadata and, as a result, the data flow components that follow the OLE DB source in the data flow have no column data available and the ...
Aug 27, 2019 · If record set is quite large, then in the main DFT get the output into a working file (exactly the same as that of the main output file, but a temp file) along with capturing the record count into a variable and then in the control flow check for the value of this RecordCount variable and if RecordCount>0 then by means of another DFT generate the actual output file from that working file already present. And at the end of the package, delete that working file.
Using Dynamic SQL in Stored Procedures. Dynamic SQL allows stored procedures to “write” or dynamically generate their SQL statements. The most common use case for dynamic SQL is stored procedures with optional parameters in the WHERE clause. These are typically called from reports or screens that have multiple, optional search criteria.