AspnetApplicationsCommands Partial Class

This command factory creates static partial classes that generate parameterized database commands to the ASP.NET database, in this case the “applications” table. This partial class could be extended to include your own queries if you desired.

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using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using System.Data;
using System.Data.SqlClient;

namespace Aspnet.Provider.Datalayer.Commands
{
///
/// A command factory class for AspnetApplications objects.
///
internal static partial class AspnetApplicationsCommands
{
///
/// Finds all AspnetApplications objects with a certain Applicationname value.
///
///The Applicationname value (‘*’ can be used as a wildcard).

/// An IDbCommand that finds all AspnetApplications objects with a certain Applicationname value.

public static IDbCommand FindByApplicationname(string applicationname)
{
SqlCommand cmd;
if (applicationname == null)
cmd = new SqlCommand(“select * from [dbo].[aspnet_Applications] where [ApplicationName] is null”);
else
{
cmd = new SqlCommand(“select * from [dbo].[aspnet_Applications] where [ApplicationName] like @applicationname”);
cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue(“@applicationname”, applicationname.Replace(“*”, “%”));
}
return cmd;
}
/// Finds all AspnetApplications objects with a certain Loweredapplicationname value.
///
///The Loweredapplicationname value (‘*’ can be used as a wildcard).

/// An IDbCommand that finds all AspnetApplications objects with a certain Loweredapplicationname value.
public static IDbCommand FindByLoweredapplicationname(string loweredapplicationname)
{
SqlCommand cmd;
if (loweredapplicationname == null)
cmd = new SqlCommand(“select * from [dbo].[aspnet_Applications] where [LoweredApplicationName] is null”);
else
{
cmd = new SqlCommand(“select * from [dbo].[aspnet_Applications] where [LoweredApplicationName] like @loweredapplicationname”);
cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue(“@loweredapplicationname”, loweredapplicationname.Replace(“*”, “%”));
}
return cmd;
}

///
/// Finds all AspnetApplications objects with a certain Description value.
///
/// The Description value (‘*’ can be used as a wildcard). /// An IDbCommand that finds all AspnetApplications objects with a certain Description value.
public static IDbCommand FindByDescription(string description)
{
SqlCommand cmd;
if (description == null)
cmd = new SqlCommand(“select * from [dbo].[aspnet_Applications] where [Description] is null”);
else
{
cmd = new SqlCommand(“select * from [dbo].[aspnet_Applications] where [Description] like @description”);
cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue(“@description”, description.Replace(“*”, “%”));
}
return cmd;
}

}
}

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