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Use partial classes if you want to do something fancy.

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I just encountered this and my workaround (it is really nasty) was to create an if statement with a condition that will never be true at the top of the stored procedure which selects the same list of outputs as the query with explicit casting to the datatypes I want to return.I created a procedure, updated the model from the database, and all worked.I then removed a column and added a new one in the stored procedure.This seems to work great, except that changes in stored procedures are not reflected when updating or refreshing the model.Adding a column to a table is reflected, but not adding a field to a stored procedure.This will assume nullability of your types, so to resolve that you wrap the cast in an It is horrible and ugly but it works for me every time.

Hopefully we get a tooling update that resolves this soon...happened to me today with no temp tables in SQL Server 2016 w/VS2015...

Execute Non Query(); Thanks all for the help I was getting this error because my table Taskedb had nvarchar(50) but I was injecting 67 character strength, which resulted in this error.

ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[sp_Client Notes_update] @id uniqueidentifier, @ordering smallint = NULL, @title nvarchar(20) = NULL, @content text = NULL AS BEGIN SET NOCOUNT ON; UPDATE tbl_Client Notes SET [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] WHERE [email protected] END I would like to only set the values if they are passed into the SP, i.e.

It adds the same model 3 times, with only the last one being right. Then right click and click update the model from database. Add again your SP through "Update Model from Database".

Then add the updated stored procedure and Save again.

I am using with all the latest updates as of early December 2013. Update 1: andersr's answer helped in one case, where the stored procedure used a temporary table, so i gave him 1, but it still does not solve the main problem of updating simple stored procedures.