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Can I use stored procedures in conjunction with the MSDataShape provider?

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I have used the MSDataShape provider to return a hierarchial dataset from an SQL database successfully, but I would like to incorporate stored procedures. Is this possible?
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Obviously there are no experts on this forum that know about shaping and stored procedures, so I suppose I should just cancel this question. How do I do this?
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I have found a reference to this in a book and I am looking at it to see if it answers the problem.
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