How can I populate a parameter in an OLEDB select command?

This is the select command text

        Me.OleDbSelectCommand1.CommandText = "SELECT Auto_ID, Last_Name, First_Name, Date_Created, Transaction_Type, Service_Type, Notes, Due_Date, SSN, Phone_Number, Address, City, State, Zip, Total_Charges, Total_Payment, Total_Balance, Created_By, Status, IsVoid FROM Transaction_Information WHERE (IsVoid = 0) AND (Auto_ID = ?)"


If i want to use a variable to populate the Parameter '?'
how would I use the Me.OleDbSelectCommand1.Parameters.Add command

and how would I go about changing the value and updating the parameters value?


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LCiaccioAsked:
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vinhthuy_nguyenCommented:
hi, may be you need this:      
       OleDbSelectCommand1.Parameters.Add("AutoID", OleDbType.Int);
       OleDbSelectCommand1.Parameters["AutoID"].Value =  ' get the value here
Hope this helps.
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LCiaccioAuthor Commented:
Your on the money....

Sorry I didn't respond sooner.... I fell asleep...Awake now...

Thanks
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vinhthuy_nguyenCommented:
Happy programming, buddy.
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