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Default Sql server Stored procedure

i have a procedure in Sql Server named ADDItem. which accepts four parameters and then save them in the database table employee.how i can call that procedure and pass parameters using C# and ADo. net

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SQLConnection cn = New SQLConnection(strConnectionString);
SQLDataAdapter adp = New SQLDataAdapter;
adp.InsertCommand = New SQLCommand("ADDItem", cn);

adp.InsertCommand.Parameters.Add("@Param1", SQLDbType.VarChar, 10).Value = strValue;
... repeat 3 times ...

cn.Open();
adp.InsertCommand.ExecuteNonQuery();
cn.Close();

Something like that.

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if u use SqlCommandObj & set that in visual useing VS.NET Tolls u only to set its Params like;

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SqlConn.Open();
SqlCommandObj.Parameters["@Param1"].Value = Param1;
SqlCommandObj.Parameters["@Param2"].Value = Param2;
SqlCommandObj.Parameters["@Param3"].Value = Param3;
SqlCommandObj.Parameters["@Param4"].Value = Param4;
SqlCommandObj.ExecuteReader();
SqlConn.Close();
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