To establish the relationship with the command object, you then pass the Transaction object in the constructor of Command.Now that the transaction is tied to the Command object, you'll save the initial save point to the transaction and then execute the first insertion into the database. Using save points in the Sql data provider By rolling back to the second savepoint, it's as if the second and third Execute Non Query never happened, so the First Execute Non Querty that puts "Tim" in the database is the only one that actually gets committed.All provider Error objects have a Message property, which is a line of text describing the error.However the Sql Server provider has a richer group of properties describing each error.For example, Sql server has a Line Number property that lists the line number of a stored procedure causing an error.
You can return a Sql Transaction object, which you can use together with your Command object.Add Triggers event in Update Panel1 & Update Panel2 and point them to Button1 & Button2 respectively. So if we click on Button1 then only Update Panel1 contents will be updated. Now End Sub Protected Sub Button4_Click(sender As Object, e As Event Args) 'Trying to update both label of Update Panel1 & Update Panel2 lbl1. The data can be from remote database such as MS Access, SQL Server or any other sources.
Its also easy to update the back end database directly from Data Grid View.The default syntax of a “Triggers” element is: Here Control ID denotes, which outside control can update this Update Panel & Event Name denotes the corresponding event name. Each Update Panel contains a Label & a Button control.