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How to call a stored procedure in an ActiveX Script in SQL Server 2000

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Hi all.

I have a stored procedure that accepts a parameter for the length of time to delay and I want to use it in an ActiveX Script that is in a DTS.

How can I call this stored procedure from within an ActiveX Script?

Thank you in advance.
CREATE PROCEDURE spDelay (@interval CHAR(9))
AS
WAITFOR DELAY @interval
GO

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by:Vitor Montalvão
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Like you execute a SQL query from ActiveX Script.
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Could you give me an example?
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Why need a stored proc instead of directly calling the WAIFOR DELAY command?
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