Using Output Parameters with a Stored Procedure

One of the ways that you can use a stored procedure is to have it return data through output parameters. Then after the call to the stored procedure you can display the values returned to you. For example, you might use a stored procedure to return summary information about a table. This could be done through output parameters. The technique presented in this section of the chapter shows you how to use output parameters.USE IT A Command object contains a collection of Parameter objects. These parameters are values that the stored procedure passes back to you after the call is complete. This ASP.NET page calls a stored procedure that returns values. The values returned are the total number of records in the Employees table and the name of the employee who is paid the most.


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