I have some stored procedures for which I want to generate the calling code.
For this I need to be able to define whether a given parameter in the stored procedure is optional (has a default value: "@Test INT = 0") or not.
I can't seem to find this in the meta properties of the parameters.
Am I overlooking something?
I'm struggling with the same issue. I'm using MyGeneration 188.8.131.52 with MyMeta 184.108.40.206 with a SQL 2005 database. I have an update stored procedure with a mixture of optional and required parameters. The IParameter.IsNullable property appears to always show true; furthermore, the IParameter.HasDefault is always false and IParameter.Default is always blank. The procedure is very basic. Does anyone have a solution?
The only way I found was using the ProcedureText property of a procedure and check the complete procedure for the definition of the parameter.
I had this same issue a couple of years ago. At the time, we determined that the problem was caused by the fact that MSSQL (the database I was working with at the time) didn't expose information about the defaults for procedure parameters.
I wound up writing an add-in to MyGeneration, that parsed the full text of the stored procedure, to pull out the default values and populate them into the User MetaData. I then used those custom metadata fields for my scripts.
Unfortunately, I have had a hard-drive crash and have lost all of that work. I am unable to locate the original source for that add-in.
That is why I'm here actually… To find out if the problem had ever been resolved in the official release. Upon examining the MetaData from v1.3, I can see that this problem still exists.
I really hate doing work twice, so I'm going to spend some more time, trying to find out if I can locate the original source for my plug-in. It wasn't elegant, but it worked.
If I can't find it, I suspect I am going to have to do the work all over again.
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