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Default date conflict

I'm calling an update procedure in Oracle
With objCommand
      .CommandText = "{call cust_Update(?, ?, ?)}"
      .CommandType = adCmdText
      .Parameters(0).Value = varCus_id
      .Parameters(1).Value = varf_Name
      .Parameters(2).Value = varbirthdate
      .Execute() ............
the problem I'm having is entering the birthdate. This is the error
Microsoft OLE DB Provider for Oracle error '80040e14'
I believe it has something to do with the delimiter in the date string("/"), but not sure? The Oracle procedure birth_date column is in "mm/dd/yy" format:
When I pass this in the textbox in this format I get the error? How can I resolve the ASP to take in the right characters for the birthdate?

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You can easy send date parameter as string and convert it to the date type inside store procedure using TO_DATE(CHAR [,FMT])function.



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