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Improving C# code in Data reader.

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Dear all,
I have the application which works fine according to the specs but I would like to structure my code efficiently .I am actually reading the data and will update or insert into mdb file according to the output.Is there any other way to simplify the below code?.Thanks in advance



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  1. while (proreader.Read())
  2.  {
  3.    string profid = proreader["EMRID"].ToString();
  4.    string accid = proreader["accountid"].ToString();
  5.    string server = proreader["server"].ToString();
  6.    string userid = proreader["userid"].ToString();
  7.    string password = proreader["password"].ToString();
  8.    string mdbpath = proreader["mdbpath"].ToString();
  9.    string mdbuserid = proreader["mdbuserid"].ToString();
  10.    string mdbpassword = proreader["mdbpassword"].ToString();
  11. }
  12.  
Dec 11 '08 #1
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Curtis Rutland
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Dec 11 '08 #2

nukefusion
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P: 221
I can't personally think of any ways to really condense the code sample you've posted. It's pretty much how I would do it.
I guess depending on what you're doing there may be the opportunity to just call the SqlDataReader.GetValues() method, which could save you assigning each column value to a seperate variable....
Dec 11 '08 #3

P: 21
Hi
Thanks for the suggestion.Below is my progrm flow.
1.connect to mysql db and select fields
2.Store these fields using variables.(from data reader)
3.Again ill connect to mdb db and check with 'MRN' field of mdb db.
4.If exist I will update the value stored in variable to mdb else insert in mdb
Basically I will insert or update the fields captured in variable to mdb.So Can you exactly tell me how I would approach this so that I dont need to use more variables.Thank you.
Dec 11 '08 #4

nukefusion
Expert 100+
P: 221
Well, you'd just carry on doing exactly what you are but replace the separate variables with an object array:

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  1. object[] values;
  2. while (proreader.Read()) 
  3.  { 
  4.    values = new object[proreader.FieldCount];
  5.    proreader.GetValues(values);
  6.  
When adding or updating the data to the other database you would just reference the items in the array instead of the separate variables you had before.

It's only going to save you 5 or 6 lines of code but it's the only way I can think of to condense it, if you really wanted to. In terms of efficiency I wouldn't have thought there was an awful lot of difference either way.
Dec 11 '08 #5

Curtis Rutland
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P: 3,256
Or if they're all strings, you can use a List<string> from the System.Collections.Generic namespace.
Dec 11 '08 #6

P: 21
Hi thank you so much will try it today.
Dec 12 '08 #7

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