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Adding Parameters to Stored Procedure


Adding Parameters to Stored Procedure

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I have the parameters of the stored proc as follows

Dim paramsList As New ArrayList()

paramsList.Add("VARCHAR" & "###" & mstr_Delegator)
paramsList.Add("VARCHAR" & "###" & txtInvoiceNum.Text)
paramsList.Add("VARCHAR" & "###" & txtDescr.Text)


Is it possible to add this parameterList to the SQL command ?

Dim Conn As New SqlConnection(connStr)
Dim SqlCmd As New SqlCommand(sqlStoredProc, Conn)
Dim paramObject() As String
SqlCmd.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure
SqlCmd.CommandTimeout = 1000

Conn.Open()

If Not (paramsList Is Nothing) Then
For Each param As SqlParameter In paramsList
SqlCmd.Parameters.Add(param)
Next
End If

SqlCmd.ExecuteNonQuery()
Conn.Close()
SqlCmd = Nothing
Conn = Nothing

This code is not working any help as to can we create
parameters of the stored proc without knowing the names of the actual parameters of the stored proc?
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