Now I'm running into a little problem. Using MS Oracle Provider, ExecuteNonQuery suppose to return an int indicate how many records were effected by a command. Now, I have a stored procedure that executes an update command update a single record given it's key. I passed in a key that doesn't exist in the table, shouldn't ExecuteNonQuery return a 0 right now for some reason I'm getting a 1. anybody knows why
Posted On: Wednesday 21st of November 2012 02:53:48 AM Total Views:  130
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