Data Adapter. Get Batched Records Affected(Int32, Int32, Exception) Method
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Returns information about an individual update attempt within a larger batched update.
protected: virtual bool GetBatchedRecordsAffected(int commandIdentifier, [Runtime::InteropServices::Out] int % recordsAffected, [Runtime::InteropServices::Out] Exception ^ % error);
protected virtual bool GetBatchedRecordsAffected (int commandIdentifier, out int recordsAffected, out Exception? error);
protected virtual bool GetBatchedRecordsAffected (int commandIdentifier, out int recordsAffected, out Exception error);
abstract member GetBatchedRecordsAffected : int * int * Exception -> bool override this.GetBatchedRecordsAffected : int * int * Exception -> bool
Protected Overridable Function GetBatchedRecordsAffected (commandIdentifier As Integer, ByRef recordsAffected As Integer, ByRef error As Exception) As Boolean
The zero-based column ordinal of the individual command within the batch.
The number of rows affected in the data store by the specified command within the batch.
An Exception thrown during execution of the specified command. Returns
Nothing in Visual Basic) if no exception is thrown.
Information about an individual update attempt within a larger batched update.
Data providers that support batched updating logic must override a series of virtual methods on the DbDataAdapter class.
GetBatchedRecordsAffected represents one of those virtual methods. The
DbDataAdapter class relies on
GetBatchedRecordsAffected to determine the success or failure of individual update attempts within a batch so it can mark each corresponding DataRow accordingly.