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Old October 29th, 2005, 07:27 PM
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Default Call a Stored Procedure

I have this stored procedure here and i want to call it so that i can insert data into SQL Sever tables.
Could someone gimme an example thru code.Here is my stored procedure:

create procedure sp_SaveNewSubCat(@SubCatName as varchar(50), @CatName as varchar(50))


declare @CatId as Integer
Set @CatId = (select catid from category where categoryname=@CatName)
Insert into subcategory(subcategoryname,catid) values(@SubCatName,@CatId)



Old October 31st, 2005, 11:29 AM
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Have you attempted doing any code yourself? What have you done so far, what errors have you gotten?

There are many ways to call a Stored Procedure from .NET. Check the help files.

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