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How do you build an stored procedure that will return an ADO recordset when called from within VB6

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How do you build an stored procedure that will return an ADO recordset when called from within VB6. I just want the stored procedure side in this question. Calling a sp from VB is another question
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create procedure yourprod (@param1 int)
as
SET NOCOUNT ON
select fields
from yourtable
where key = @param1

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