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ExecuteImmediate Method (Database, SQLServer)

This feature will be removed in a future version of Microsoft SQL Server. Avoid using this feature in new development work, and plan to modify applications that currently use this feature.

The ExecuteImmediate method submits a Transact-SQL command batch on a connection, and directs execution or batch interpretation as specified by the application.


object
.ExecuteImmediate(
Command 
, [ ExecutionType ] 
, [ Length ] )

object

Expression that evaluates to an object in the Applies To list.

Command

String that specifies a Transact-SQL command batch.

ExecutionType

Optional. Long integer that controls statement batch execution as described in Settings.

Length

Optional. Long integer that indicates the statement batch length.

HRESULT ExecuteImmediate(
SQLDMO_LPCSTR Command,
SQLDMO_EXEC_TYPE ExecType = SQLDMOExec_Default,
long lLength CPPDEFAULT(= 0));

Set the ExecutionType argument using these values.

Constant

Value

Description

SQLDMOExec_ContinueOnError

2

Batch execution continues on any error that does not break the connection.

SQLDMOExec_Default

0

No statement execution options set.

SQLDMOExec_/NoCommandTerm

1

Ignore the command terminator in the script. Execute as a single batch.

SQLDMOExec_NoExec

4

Execute SET NOEXEC ON prior to batch execution. Execute SET NOEXEC OFF after batch execution.

SQLDMOExec_ParseOnly

8

Execute SET PARSEONLY ON prior to batch execution. Execute SET PARSEONLY OFF after batch execution.

SQLDMOExec_QI_ON

16

Execute SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON prior to batch execution. Execute SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER OFF after batch execution.

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