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LINQ Query : How to return a single value from a stored procedure

How do we return a single value from a stored procedure.

Suppose I have a stored procedure like this:

create proc dbo.spInsertGro up
@ID uniqueidentifie r
@GroupName varchar(100),
@IsActive bit
AS
BEGIN

SET @ID = newid()

insert into tblGroup
values(@ID, @GroupName, @IsActive)

select @ID

END

i am trying to return the same value using LINQ to SQL using stored
procedure.
But all the methods are failing as those types do not have a default
constructor

Is there any method by which i can perform this task.
Oct 15 '08 #1
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LINQ does not support stored procedure. the LINQ to SQL data designer
supports adding stored procedure calls as methods to a data context. the
return value will be a collection of values. you will need to write your own
method if you just want a single return value.

-- bruce (sqlwork.com)
"psycho" wrote:
How do we return a single value from a stored procedure.

Suppose I have a stored procedure like this:

create proc dbo.spInsertGro up
@ID uniqueidentifie r
@GroupName varchar(100),
@IsActive bit
AS
BEGIN

SET @ID = newid()

insert into tblGroup
values(@ID, @GroupName, @IsActive)

select @ID

END

i am trying to return the same value using LINQ to SQL using stored
procedure.
But all the methods are failing as those types do not have a default
constructor

Is there any method by which i can perform this task.
Oct 15 '08 #2

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