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Using coldfusion and sql server 2000, I would like an example/explanation as to how I would using a stored procedure from sql server, load a form with data from the tables.  
I would like an example of how to create the stored procedure for the update, and delete of a record.  Also, what would be used in a stored procedure to retrieve data and load it in a form?
Thanks.
By the way, is there a place where I can find an example of a coldfusion website using stored procedures, to add, update, delete records?
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