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I want to call a stored procedure from Vb.I want to invoke the stored procedure with an input parameter (integer) with out using the command object.How is it done.
Sample code is what i am looking for

I am using vb6 and sql 7
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You can excute a stored proceudure using connection object. Sample code is as follows.

Dim cnn As New ADODB.Connection
'Your stored procedure name and any parameters.

cnn.sp_yourStoredProcedureName "param1"

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