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Old August 25th, 2006, 10:30 AM
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Thanks a lot. My problem got resolved.

BTW, I am using dynamic sql for a diff purpose.


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Here is the solution to add parameters and curresponding to the Dynamic SQL.

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Declare @createdate datetime
Declare @Str NVARCHAR(255)
declare @Param NVARCHAR(255)

set @Param = '@createdate datetime'
SET @Str = 'SELECT * from table_name ' +
    ' where CreationDate = @createdate AND ' +
     ' ID = Number'
EXECUTE sp_executesql @sql , @Param , @createdate
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