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Setting the TABLE type parameter in Execute Procedure dialog in SSMS

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How do I set the TABLE type parameter in the Execute Procedure dialog in SSMS
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I wished to enter the values in the Execute Procedure dialog, not in the script. Do you know how to enter the values for the TABLE type parameters in this dialog.
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I didn't get you point.. can you give here any example, what you want to acheive.


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I wish to enter the value for TABLE type parameter in the Execute Procedure dialog (please refer to attachment) obtained by right-clicking the stored procedure and selecting 'Execute Stored Procedure...' option.
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Step 1: Declare a variable of the table type.
Step 2: Populate the table with INSERT statements
Step 3: Execute the Stored Procedure using the variables of type table as parameters.
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