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SQL Adapter with Request-Response port and Store Procedure

SQL Adapter with Request-Response port and Store Procedure

SQL Adapter with Request-Response port and Store Procedure

I'm having trouble with this scenario.  The stored procedure (SP) does not seem to be reading my input argument, because when I use the input argument in the WHEN of the stored procedure, I get nothing in the resulting message.  I can get a list of records back if I hard code (in the SP) the input variable that I'm attempting to send into the SP.

Can anyone help me diagnose?


RE: SQL Adapter with Request-Response port and Store Procedure

With the help of an in-house SQL Server user, I was able to find out that the declared type for my input argument was incorrect.  I had declared it to be type varchar - not knowing the proper variable type information for SQL Server.  So, when I declared the argument as "nvarchar(15)" - the same type as the column in the database table - the SP started working properly.

Let this be a lesson to you, too!  JK


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