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Executing SP through DMO

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How would I execute a stored procedure using VB-DMO?
What syntax would I use?

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SQL-DMO is aimed at providing the user with objects to manage SQL Server from a VB application. In other words, you could do administrative tasks(backups, configurations,...) or look at the internal structure of a database(Tables,views,...) , using DMO. If you want to process data through a SP, the way to go could be ADO, RDO, or other technologies.

If you still want to execute a SP using SQL-DMO, you could try using the following methods of the SQLServer object:

ExecuteImmediate
ExecuteWithResults
(Check SQL documentation for details)

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