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Passing string parameter to SELECT statement using WHERE IN

I need to pass a string value into a template that uses a SELECT statement and needs multiple values. So, I'm using WHERE column_name IN ('xxxxx','xxxxx') ... that's all fine when it is hard coded in. But the parameter needs to be that string inside …

Author: Jen Sharp
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How to reference parameter sent by add link

What is the proper syntax to reference a parameter (which is a foreign key id) in the add form which was sent by the add link?

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ListBox pass parameter to form submit command as stored procedure

Paul, In ListBoxes and DropDownLists, the DataValueField’s value, is the value used by the DataField to pass the param to the SubmitCommnad. Usually the DataField and DataValueField refer to the same field. It looks like your DataValueFields refer to …

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Procedure or function expects parameter, which was not supplied.

Getting this error: "Procedure or function expects parameter '@disasterID', which was not supplied." See below for the fiddle of code, etc. Have profiler running which shows what XMP is sending to SQL; neither of these work and I get the same error. If …

Author: Jeff M.
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GET or POST parameters - any flaws in this method?

Simple thing, and I think I have it solved. Posting here in case (1) there are any gaps that I haven't thought of or (2) it might help someone else. I have an existing page that is the catch-all manager screen for an issue-tracking system. So anywhere an …

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