.NET Bulk Operations UseLogDump

Description

When the UseLogDump property is true, the LogDump property stores all messages of type "Information".

/// <summary>Gets or sets the `UseLogDump` property. When the `UseLogDump` property is `true`, the [LogDump](log-dump) property stores all messages of type "Information".</summary>
public bool UseLogDump { get; set; }

Example

We will demonstrate how to use the UseLogDump and LogDump properties to log all messages.

Execute

We will execute a BulkMerge on a list that contains 1 new customer, and 2 existing customers.

We will use the following BulkOptions:

  • UseLogDump: To enable the LogDump.
  • LogDump: To specify the StringBuilder to use to dump all messages.

Code

// Execute
var sb = new StringBuilder();
using (var bulk = new BulkOperation(connection))
{
    bulk.DestinationTableName = "Customer";
    bulk.UseLogDump = true;
                
    bulk.BulkMerge(list);

    sb = bulk.LogDump;
}
            
// Result
Console.WriteLine(sb.ToString());

Try it: .NET Core | .NET Framework

Result

We outputted the StringBuilder text which contains all SQL statements executed in the database.


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