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ICommandStream::SetCommandStream

Sets the interface pointer of a stream object containing a command.


HRESULT SetCommandStream (
   REFIID      riid,
   REFGUID     rguidDialect,
   IUnknown   *pCommandStream);

riid

[in]

Specifies the type of stream object representing the command.

rguidDialect

[in]

Specifies the dialect of the command.

If this parameter is set to DBGUID_DEFAULT, the provider uses its default dialect.

pCommandStream

[in]

Pointer to a stream object of a type specified by riid.

If pCommandStream is a null pointer, the specification of the current command stream object is cleared and the command is put in an initial state.

S_OK

The method succeeded.

E_FAIL

A provider-specific error occurred.

E_NOINTERFACE

One of the following occurred:

  • The type of interface indicated by riid was not supported by the provider.

  • The riid specified did not match the type of stream object passed in *pCommandStream.

DB_E_DIALECTNOTSUPPORTED

The provider did not support the dialect specified in rguidDialect.

DB_E_OBJECTOPEN

The output stream returned by a previous call to ICommand::Execute is still open. Release that stream before calling this method.

ICommand::Execute uses the last command set by either ICommandStream::SetCommandStream or ICommandText::SetCommandText.

If the command is contained in a stream, ICommand::Execute uses the stream object specified at the time SetCommandStream was called, even if that stream object is subsequently modified by other means.

A provider may or may not support the same set of dialects (rguidDialect) on ICommandStream::SetCommandStream as are supported on ICommandText::SetCommandText.

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