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Default IDbCommand Interface

I need to create a class to connect two databases (SQL & Sybase). Also execute Stored procedure and sql statements.

I'm using the interface IDbCommand to set the object command created depends on the dabase selected.

I have a Sybase stored procedure with one input parameter and one output parameter. I created two object ASEParameter and set at the Parameter's interface property.

When I execute the SP using the ExecuteNonQuery method, I check the value's output parameter
and it returns

'((Sybase.Data.AseClient.AseParameter)((new System.Collections.ArrayList.ArrayListDebugView(_o Comando.Parameters)).Items[1])).Value' threw an exception of type 'System.NullReferenceException'

But when I do the same procedure using SqlParameters and SQL Server stored procedure, it returns a correct value.

What it's the difference?

Whats wrong?


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You need to do some checking to find out what exactly is null.

Is _oCommando null?
Is _oCommando.Parameters null?
Is _oCommando.Parameters.Count equal to 2?
Is _oCommando.Parameters[1] of type AseParameter?
Is _oCommando.Parameters[1].Value null?

Obvious if its the latter then your stored procedure isn't setting the return value properly by the looks of it.

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