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 C# Custom SQL Statement Doesn't Work

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cobbler

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Posted: 02/10/2009, 11:37 AM

I have been trying to add a Custom SQL statement to 'After Execute Select' of a record using CodeCharge Studio 4.1.

The idea is that the user selects a 'completed' checkbox which will then update a date-time stamp field indicating when the record was completed.

The code I am trying is:

System.Web.HttpContext context=System.Web.HttpContext.Current;
DataAccessObject NewDao=Settings.Connection1DataAccessObject;
string Sql = "UPDATE tasks SET completion_time = NOW() WHERE completed = 0 AND completion_time = '0000-00-00 00:00:00'";
NewDao.RunSql(Sql);

This results in a "The type or namespace name 'DataAccessObject' could not be found " error message.

Is there a reference that I need to add? The help file doesn't mention anything about adding a reference.
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Posted: 02/16/2009, 3:11 AM

Dim update_completed As New SqlCommand("UPDATE tasks ....." , Settings.Connection1DataAccessObject)  
  
update_completed.executescalar() 

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