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Pass Array as Stored Procedure Parameter

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I would like to pass an array as a parameter to a stored procedure.
Then I need to parse the passed array.

This is the SP:

ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[usp_getEODExtract]
 
@SymbolName     varchar(12) ,
@QuoteDate     datetime ,
@OpenPrice     decimal(8,2) ,
@HighPrice    decimal(8,2) ,
@LowPrice     decimal(8,2) ,
@ClosePrice   decimal(8,2)  

-- @EODArray ??? Datatype
AS
 
BEGIN
   -- SET NOCOUNT ON added to prevent extra result sets from
   -- interfering with SELECT statements.
      SET NOCOUNT ON;

-- FOR each array item
      INSERT INTO StockDataWork
      (SymbolName,QuoteDate,OpenPrice,HighPrice,LowPrice,ClosePrice)
      VALUES(@SymbolName,@QuoteDate,@OpenPrice,@HighPrice,@LowPrice,@ClosePrice)

-- VALUES are from each array item.
 
END

This is the c# code that calls the SP:

    SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand("usp_getEODExtract", pconStockSelect);
        cmd.CommandTimeout = 360;
        cmd.CommandType = System.Data.CommandType.StoredProcedure;
        cmd.CommandText = "usp_getEODExtract";

      {
                cmd.Parameters.Clear();
                cmd.Parameters.Add("@SymbolName", SqlDbType.NVarChar).Value = values[0];
                cmd.Parameters.Add("@QuoteDate", SqlDbType.DateTime).Value = dteQuoteDate;
                cmd.Parameters.Add("@OpenPrice", SqlDbType.Decimal).Value = Convert.ToDecimal(values[2]);
                cmd.Parameters.Add("@HighPrice", SqlDbType.Decimal).Value = Convert.ToDecimal(values[3]);
                cmd.Parameters.Add("@LowPrice", SqlDbType.Decimal).Value = Convert.ToDecimal(values[4]);
                cmd.Parameters.Add("@ClosePrice", SqlDbType.Decimal).Value = Convert.ToDecimal(values[5]);
                //cmd.Parameters.Add("@TradeVolume", SqlDbType.BigInt).Value = Convert.ToInt64(values[6]);
                RunProcedure(cmd, "cmdUpdate_Click");
                intRowCount++;

             } // end for (int i = 0; i != values.Length; ++i)

Is this possible?

Thanks,
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Carl Tawn
Senior Systems and Integration Developer

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