retrieving a table from a SQL server function returns table in VB6

I need to retrieve a table from a SQL server User Defined Function in VB6. How can this be accomplished? Here's the sample code I'm working with. It errors after it executes: The parameter is incorrect.

Dim aRS As New ADODB.Recordset
Dim MyCommand As New ADODB.Command

With MyCommand
            .ActiveConnection = fAdoCnn
            .CommandType = adCmdStoredProc
            .CommandText = "fn_Calculate_YTD_Totals"
            .Parameters.Refresh
            .Parameters("@RegionID") = gintRegionID
            Set aRS = .Execute
        End With
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i014354Commented:
Change the .Parameters("@RegionID") = gintRegionID line to:

With MyCommand
           .ActiveConnection = fAdoCnn
           .CommandType = adCmdStoredProc
           .CommandText = "fn_Calculate_YTD_Totals"
           .Parameters.Refresh
           .Parameters(1) = gintRegionID
           Set aRS = .Execute
       End With
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