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How can i pass the Null value from the c# code to the StroredProcedure?.
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Question by:Rahamathulla_J
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by:Carl Tawn
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DbNull.Value;
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Hi,

if (hshSearchCriteria[UserID] != null)
{
      string UserID = hshSearchCriteria[UserID].ToString();
      dbCommandWrapper.AddInParameter("UserID",DbType.String, UserID);

}
else
{
      dbCommandWrapper.AddInParameter("UserID",DbType.String, DBNull.Value);
}

Thanks
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