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Access any Stored Procedure with or without parameter

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Common Stored Procedure for insert,update delete

Hi! here i am writting a single method by which you can access any stored procedure with and without parameter.

SqlCommandBuilder automatically derive the parameters .
and list of parameters are supplied to stored procedure.

here is the code to execute the stored procedure and return the dataset.

class DataAcess
SqlConnection con;
//spName:name of stored procedure
//spParams:parameters required for stored procedure.
public DataSet ExecuteDataSet(string spName, object[] spParams)
SqlCommand sqlcom = GetSqlCommand(spName, spParams);
SqlDataAdapter sqlda = new SqlDataAdapter(sqlcom);
DataSet dsetResult = new DataSet();
return dsetResult;

private SqlCommand GetSqlCommand(string spName, object[] spParam)
SqlCommand com = new SqlCommand(spName, GetConnection());
com.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure;
//SqlCommandBuilder automatically derive the parameters
if (spParam != null || spParam.Length != 0)
for (int index = 0; index < spParam.Length; index++)
//value will be set
if (spParam[index] != null)
com.Parameters[index].Value = spParam[index];
com.Parameters[index].Value = DBNull.Value;
return com;

//read the connection string from web.config(web) /app.config(window)
private SqlConnection GetConnection()
con = new SqlConnection(System.Configuration.ConfigurationSettings.AppSettings["MyConn"]);
return con;
private void CloseConnection()

//you have to just call the ExecuteDataSet from your business logic.

private void DisplayMachine(string machineName)
DataAcess dataAcess = new DataAcess();
//parameters required for procedure,if no parameter then pass Null
object[] spparam = { machineName };
DataSet ds = dataAcess.ExecuteDataSet("Usp_DisplayMachine",spparam);

Shital Umare

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