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Calling a stored proc using OLE help please

Calling a stored proc using OLE help please

Calling a stored proc using OLE help please

(OP)
Hi All
As always any help gratefully received.

I would like some advice calling a stored proc from a vbScript

I have tried several methods

CODE

cnIfmx.BeginTrans
Set cmd.ActiveConnection = cnIfmx
cmd.CommandType() = 4
cmd.CommandText = "CALL sp_myProc (?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?)"
cmd.Execute

and also

CODE

cnIfmx.BeginTrans
Set cmd.ActiveConnection = cnIfmx
cmd.CommandType() = 4
cmd.CommandText = CALL sp_myProc (" & iSerialNo & ",0,'WWW',NULL,NULL,30,NULL,'" & strComment & "'," & iEngNo & ",'" & strEngName & "' );"
cmd.Execute

also have tried with without Call statement. No errors returned from the connection object?

Its worth noting that myProc does return 2 values that I dont bother to read since they are not required for the project I am writing.

Any help very appreciated.
Regards ACO

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