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How Dynamic SQL Can Be Static SQL


How Dynamic SQL Can Be Static SQL

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Robert W Marda
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Yes the way tmorton suggested is certainly better. I got too caught up with using DATEPART and failed to find a simpler way.

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Hi,

I have a question regarding dynamic SQL / Static SQL.

I have written queries along with code in VB.NET & not in SP.

Example : SELECT * FROM TABLE WHERE COLUMN1 = ? AND COLUMN2 = ?

? are variables either string or int.

Above Query is Dynamic SQL or Static SQL?
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