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Calling MS SQL Stored Procedure from Java

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Hi Experts...

May I ask how to call a MS SQL Stored Procedure from Java...?

A Sample Code would be best...

Thanks Experts...  =)
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That was fast...!

Thanks CEHJ...   =)
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