In our project, SQL scripts(CRUD in specific) are executed using the class “DataContext” in combination with LinqToSQL,
and then of course, when the method “ExecuteCommand” is invoked, the returned value indicates the rows updated.
When the SQL command executed is simply just an INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE, the result is as obvious as ever.
But when it comes to stored procedures, things might not be that simple. 繼續閱讀 “[C#]The returned value of DataContext.ExecuteCommand when executing stored procedures.”