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Retrieving stored procedure parameters for modification


Retrieving stored procedure parameters for modification

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stevejbortman
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An ADO question:
Can a single stored procedure parameter be retrieved from the parameters collection, have its value modified, and replaced in the parameters collection so that the stored procedure can be executed again? I am using ADO in ASP with VBScript.

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I think OLE/AdoDB has a "refresh" method that will try to get the parameters with datatype and direction for you.


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Yes, Using a command object.
With objCommand
.Parameters.Item(1).Value = NewValue
.Parameters.Item(2).Value = NewValue
.Execute
End With
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