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DbMigration.AlterStoredProcedure(Of TParameters) Method (String, Func(Of ParameterBuilder, TParameters), String, Object)

[This page is specific to the Entity Framework version 6. The latest version is available as the 'Entity Framework' NuGet package. For more information about Entity Framework, see msdn.com/data/ef.]

Adds an operation to alter a stored procedure. Entity Framework Migrations APIs are not designed to accept input provided by untrusted sources (such as the end user of an application). If input is accepted from such sources it should be validated before being passed to these APIs to protect against SQL injection attacks etc.

Namespace:  System.Data.Entity.Migrations
Assembly:  EntityFramework (in EntityFramework.dll)

'Declaration
<SuppressMessageAttribute("Microsoft.Design", "CA1026:DefaultParametersShouldNotBeUsed")> _
Public Sub AlterStoredProcedure(Of TParameters) ( _
	name As String, _
	parametersAction As Func(Of ParameterBuilder, TParameters), _
	body As String, _
	anonymousArguments As Object _
)
'Usage
Dim instance As DbMigration 
Dim name As String 
Dim parametersAction As Func(Of ParameterBuilder, TParameters)
Dim body As String 
Dim anonymousArguments As Object

instance.AlterStoredProcedure(name, parametersAction, _
	body, anonymousArguments)

Type Parameters

TParameters

The parameters in this alter stored procedure operation. You do not need to specify this type, it will be inferred from the parametersAction parameter you supply.

Parameters

name
Type: System.String
The name of the stored procedure. Schema name is optional, if no schema is specified then dbo is assumed.
parametersAction
Type: System.Func(Of ParameterBuilder, TParameters)
The action that specifies the parameters of the stored procedure.
body
Type: System.String
The body of the stored procedure.
anonymousArguments
Type: System.Object
The additional arguments that may be processed by providers. Use anonymous type syntax to specify arguments. For example, 'new { SampleArgument = "MyValue" }'.
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