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Default trouble w/ command object and parameters

I was reading in ch 7 of Professional ASP Data Access about using input and output parameters with the command object and an MS SQL Server stored proc. I'm having some trouble. The first code block below always passes null values for the two input parameters to the stored proc - even when a literal value is hard coded in. The second says there are to many parameters for the stored proc. I've also included the beginning of the stored proc for reference.

---code block one---
With Cmd
  Set P= .Parameters
  P.Append .CreateParameter("@Email",adVarChar,adParamInput,5 0)
  P.Append .CreateParameter("@fName",adVarChar,adParamInput,5 0)
  P.Append .CreateParameter("@uID",adInteger,adParamOutput,4)
End With

---code block two---
With Cmd
  Set pEmail= .CreateParameter("@Email",adVarChar,adParamInput,5 0)
  Set pFname= .CreateParameter("@fName",adVarChar,adParamInput,5 0)
  Set pUserID= .CreateParameter("@uID",adInteger,adParamOutput,4)
  .Parameters.Append pEmail
  .Parameters.Append pFname
  .Parameters.Append pUserID
End With

---stored proc---
@Email varchar(50),
@fName varchar(50),

I've also tried this:
.CreateParameter("@Email",adVarChar,adParamInput,5 0,value)
where "value" is a variable or a hard coded value and it still always passes NULL to the stored proc.

Any thoughts?

Thanks a lot - Ryan

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