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How can I define the functions and store procedure input parameters which can be linked to the controls on the forms?

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I am using an ACCDB database to connect to a MS SQL Server database using an ODBC connection. I can link the tables in SQL Server. However, I can only use the functions and procedure in MS SQL Server database when using a pass-through query.  How can I define the functions and store procedure input parameters which can be linked to the controls on the forms (which is like the Build tool for normal query)?
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An ADP database is intended for that.

With an ACCDB you can run functions/procs using passthru queries or a .net connection, but you would need to populate controls in code (as in an unbound form) and that's a ton of work.    

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This solution confirms I have to use passthrough query in code.
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