> > Two separate examples could show the differences between the two
> > methods listed above. The second is the most interesting
> and elegant.
> > Do you have a working Data Block for Firebird?
> I have ported the SQL Server Data Block 2.0 for use the Firebird
> provider, but seems to be focused too much on the use of
> Stored Procs (
> this is my first impression ) and one more time i'm thinking
> on add to
> the net provider calls of Stored Procs as in SqlClient an example:
> FbCommand command = new FbCommand("stored_proc_name", connection);
> instead of :
> FbCommand command = new FbCommand("execute procedure
> stored_proc_name(?,?,?,?)", connection);
> I have made few test yet with it but it can be useful :)
I was looking for it a few days ago but I saw it was not implemented. It is
very useful, especially in those applications (at most ASP.NET) that uses
(or should :-)) Stored Procedure a lot. Again you have my vote (for both).