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.NET Framework 4.5.2+

Session.GetObjectsFromSprocParametrized<T>(String, SprocParameter[]) Method

Executes a stored procedure with named parameters and returns its result set as a collection of objects of a non-persistent type specified by the generic type parameter.

Namespace: DevExpress.Xpo

Assembly: DevExpress.Xpo.v21.2.dll


public ICollection<T> GetObjectsFromSprocParametrized<T>(
    string sprocName,
    params SprocParameter[] parameters


Name Type Description
sprocName String

A String value that specifies the stored procedure’s name.

parameters DevExpress.Xpo.DB.SprocParameter[]

An array of SprocParameter objects specifying parameters to pass to the stored procedure.

Type Parameters

Name Description

The type of objects returned by the method. A class that implements this type sould be decorated with NonPersistentAttribute.


Type Description

A collection of non-persistent objects of the specified type that are instantiated with data obtained via the specified stored procedure.


This method performs the following:

  • Executes the specified stored procedure with parameters and obtains the result as a result set.
  • Creates objects of the specified type and instantiates them with the result set’s data, and populates a collection with these objects. The type and the order of object members should exactly match the result set’s columns.Note that the GetObjectsFromSprocParametrized<T> method’s generic type parameter should specify a non-persistent class decorated with a NonPersistentAttribute.
  • Populates a collection with these objects.

This method takes named parameters. The parameter order is arbitrary. The SprocParameter.Direction property should be set to Output for out parameters. Based on the current ADO.NET provider, the data type (SprocParameter.DbType), scale (SprocParameter.Scale) and precision (SprocParameter.Precision) may be required.


The GetObjectsFromSprocParametrized<T> method throws an exception if object members include any of the following:

  • A property that is not defined within the T type.
  • A struct type member.
  • A reference to a class with a struct type member.
  • A collection used in object relations.

To learn more about executing stored procedures in XPO and retrieving objects from the results, refer to Stored Procedures.

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