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Hello all,

I'm using the following code to call a stored procedure and use the multiple result sets returned by the procedure.



The console prints false and i am unable to get the results.
The procedure as mentioned returns mutiple resultsets and I'm using Microsoft SQL server 2005. I did a call to this procedure from SQL editor and it works fine. Can someone let me know on what i am doing wrong here?

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Srikkanth,
Does the stored procedure do any insert/update/deletes? If so, the stored procedure may be returning the # rows changed rather than the resultsets.
 
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Yes you are right. It does some delete of temporary tables. So how would i get the resultsets , is it not possible?

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Srikkanth Mohanasundaram wrote:Yes you are right. It does some delete of temporary tables. So how would i get the resultsets , is it not possible?


I would think it is possible. How to do so varies by database though. Conceptually, the stored procedure accumulates the result sets and returns them.
 
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