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How do I properly code the sizeof DbType.Date?

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I use Enterprise Library to access the data store (SQL Server).

It is necessary to give the size of the data type in this method. How do I code it properly?

db.AddOutParameter(command, "@CreationDate", DbType.Date, sizeof(DbType.Date));

Compile error:  System.Data.DbType.Date is a 'field' but is used like a 'type'.

What should I do?
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 1000 total points
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you don't put any size at all:
db.AddOutParameter(command, "@CreationDate", DbType.Date);
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I have tried, the error still exists:

No overload for method 'AddOutParameter' takes 3 parameters
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Just to close it.
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