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Posted Jul 28, 2001


By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

This Stored Procedure allows users to pass in multiple values as a parameter to it. The user can pass in as many values as he or she wants. The only restriction is the length of the parameter declared. Also, the values need to be separated by a comma. The script was created for SQL Server 2000 but also works in SQL 7.

Example Usage:

DECLARE @ParamStr Varchar(500)

SET @ParamStr = 'Mango, Grapes, Banana, Peach'
exec sp_MultiValueParam @ParamStr

Author: Sumit Dhingra

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