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stored procedures and output parameters

Make sure you set the size attribute on the output parameter tag when using the string data type: <Parameter name="Something" datatype="String" Direction="Output" Size="100" />

Author: Jen Sharp
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Odd errors when attemping to use a Stored Procedure

Hi again, I'm trying to modify a form to trigger a stored procedureupon submit. I have written up a stored procedure and tested it by running theEXEC command from within SQL Management Studio. So it appears to be working. However, after I modified the …

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Example for SP in forms please

OK...I have search through everything I can find.... I found an example of calling a Stored Procedure in the add just fine. I cannot find an example of calling an SP from an edit for for both the selectcommand and the updatecommand sections. …

Author: Roy Barrow
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