Unfortunately it is not possible with current state to get this text.
You will have to enable either Npgsql Log or postgresql log.
Just add those lines:
// Enable logging.
NpgsqlEventLog.Level = LogLevel.Debug;
NpgsqlEventLog.LogName = "NpgsqlTests.LogFile";
It will show you all the commands sent to server.
You can also get support from Npgsql mail list and forum. Check out Npgsql project page:
I hope it helps.
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MonoBrasil Project Founder Member
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De: Oliveiros Cristina <oliveiros(dot)cristina(at)gmail(dot)com>
Enviadas: Segunda-feira, 28 de Maio de 2007 14:36:52
Assunto: [INTERFACES] Question on NpgsqlParameter object
I am not 100% sure if this is the right list, if it isnt please kindly re-direct me to the proper list.
I would like to see NpgsqlCommand.CommandText value after parameter substitution. I have a query that is not behaving correctly and I suspect strongly that it has to do with parameters getting instantiated in unexpected ways.
How can I have access to query SQL text after parameter substitution ?
I try to look at CommandText Property immediately before calling ExecuteReader() method, but I get the text with all parameters unsubstituted.
Any Help/Comments/Advices deeply appreciated
Thanks in advance
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