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String Objects are ok?

Posted on 2007-04-04
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                StoredProcName = dbName & ".dbo.usp_GetPrestigeCustomers"

                cmd = dbManager.GetStoredProcCommand(StoredProcName)
                cmd.CommandTimeout = 0


                dbManager.AddInParameter(cmd, "@DT_FROM", DbType.DateTime, IsNull(dr2.Item(1)))           ' Second Entry will be of first row
                dbManager.AddInParameter(cmd, "@DT_TO", DbType.DateTime, IsNull(dr1.Item(2)))             ' Third entry of the last row
                dbManager.AddInParameter(cmd, "@DT_TO_MONTH", DbType.DateTime, IsNull(dr2.Item(2)))       ' Third entry will be of first row

Should I be passing string objects or dates this query is running forever.
"02/01/2004 12:00AM" {String}
"02/28/2004 12:00AM" {String}
"05/29/2004 12:00AM" {String}

How should I change this?

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Where do you want to pass these string objects to?
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They are working.
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