TSQL 2008 R2- Setting a parameter condition

Hi Experts,

Is it possible to do this:
@Code AS nvarchar(20)
Set @CASE In ('15NW-N350VBE', '15NW-N350VBA ', '15NW-N350VBR')

SO I can do this:
dbo.fncASACHInvoiceItem(@Code, NULL, NULL)

Can someone show the correct way to do this?

Please help and thanks
Amour22015Asked:
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
No. But you can use a table-valued parameter to pass in a table of values.

What are you trying to do in your function with that?
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Amour22015Author Commented:
Maybe all I have to do is this:
dbo.fncASACHInvoiceItem('15NW-N350VBE', '15NW-N350VBA', '15NW-N350VBR')

Does this look correct?

Please help and thanks
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Maybe.. I don't know your functions. And none here either..
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Brian CroweDatabase AdministratorCommented:
You're leaving a lot of information out and what you've provided is ambiguous at best.

In your original question is the first line of code supposed to be a variable declaration?  Is the second line supposed to be a variable assignment?  Where does @CASE come from because it is never defined?  What does the function fncASACHInvoiceItem do and what are the parameters?

If you are asking how to pass a variable list of grouped values to a function I would suggest sending them as a comma-delimited string and then splitting them within your function but a table variable may also work depending on what you have to work with.
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Amour22015Author Commented:
Great thanks
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