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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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Using a Stored Procedure in Custom Commands

I read in an earlier post that Kelly added the ability to use stored procedures in Custom Commands in v4.7. Did this get added and does it work? If it was added and working, I am having a problem getting it to work in my form., It could be a typo or …

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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 …

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Command button passing parameter to stored procedure

I've been banging my head against the wall trying to get this working. I've got what I think is a straightforward command button template in one template, another template below that is supposed to receive the first …

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On Submit

Is there any way I can..... Pressing the "add button" from a form, runs a stored procedure for inserting the record. If I "return an output" of the newly created ID from the stored procedure is there a way to use this variable in the redirect tag of the …

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