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I am using Entity framework to execute sql query using entity framework and Successfully executed using
C#
context.Database.ExecuteSqlCommand(strt)  
It takes sql query, now i want to execute sqlcommand using entity framework. How i can do it?

My Code Is Below

C#
while (reader.Read())
               {
                   StringBuilder MyStringBuilder = new StringBuilder("Insert into " + Tablename + "(");
                   StringBuilder CopyString = new StringBuilder("Insert into " + Tablename + "_Temp (");

                   for (int k = 1; k < validList.Count; k++)
                   {
                       MyStringBuilder.Append("@" + validList[k].ToString()).Append(",");
                       CopyString.Append("@" + validList[k].ToString()).Append(",");
                   }

                   MyStringBuilder.Remove(MyStringBuilder.Length - 1, 1);
                   CopyString.Remove(CopyString.Length - 1, 1);

                   MyStringBuilder.Append(")");
                   CopyString.Append(")");

                   SqlCommand MountCmd = new SqlCommand(MyStringBuilder.ToString(),Mcon);

                   ParamArrayAttribute
                   for (int a = 1; a < validList.Count; a++)
                   {
                       s = reader[a].ToString();
                       MountCmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@"+validList[a].ToString()+"", s);
                   }
                   try
                   {
                       context.Database.ExecuteSqlCommand();       //here i am trying to excute SqlCommand Object MountCmd
                   }
                   catch (Exception)
                   {
                       context.Database.ExecuteSqlCommand();
                   }
               }
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Updated 8-Oct-13 0:01am
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Alexander Dymshyts 8-Oct-13 5:42am    
Try to look for an answer in google, im sure you will find it there
Vi(ky 8-Oct-13 5:49am     CRLF
i am trying bro but ExecuteSqlCommand() only takes sql query and Params Object array. still searching

List<sqlparameter> parameters = new List<sqlparameter>();
C#
for (int a = 1; a < validList.Count; a++)
{
s = reader[a].ToString();
parameters.Add(new SqlParameter("@" + validList[a].ToString() + "", s));                       
}                                   
context.Database.ExecuteSqlCommand(MyStringBuilder.ToString(),parameters.ToArray());
context.SaveChanges();
 
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Hi,
Try like this, its an update query using ExecuteSqlCommand
C#
string name = "tanweer";
       long id = 10001;
       var sql = @"Update [User] SET FirstName = {0} WHERE Id = {1}";
       ctx.Database.ExecuteSqlCommand(sql, name, id);
 
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Vi(ky 8-Oct-13 6:04am    
Thank You Tanveer to reply but the number of coulmn is not predefined and it is defined at run time
cabarnguyen 28-Apr-16 3:55am    
tks
cabarnguyen 28-Apr-16 3:56am    
tks
cabarnguyen 28-Apr-16 3:56am    
tks
tanweer 8-Oct-13 6:13am     CRLF
try the below link for more results http://www.entityframeworktutorial.net/EntityFramework4.3/raw-sql-query-in-entity-framework.aspx

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