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Old February 9th, 2006, 02:29 AM
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Default How to call a Oracle Stored Procedure in VB6

Hi Friendz.

Can anyone help me to call a oracle stored procedure in vb6.

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Hi,

U can use ADO's command object. Set its command type property
to adCmdStoredProcedure and commandText to SP name and execute it to return it to a recordset object.






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