1. Create a SQLCommand object 2. Set the CommandType to CommandType.StoredProcedure 3. Set the CommandText to the...
name of the procedure 4. Create 3 x SQLParameter objects, setting their type, name and values 5. Add the SQLParameter objects to the SQLCommand's Parameters collection 6. Call the ExecuteNonQuery method of the SQLCommand object
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