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SQL Server 2005 throught OLEDB : Named parameter problem ?

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Hello,

I'm designing a web application that must be able to connect different
databases.
So I decided to use OleDb connector instead of SqlClient.
While with SqlClient, I can run queries like "select * from mytable where
col = @param" then giving a value to the parameter, I get an error when
doing the same with SQL Server 2005.
I checked with Access, SQL Server 2000 and Oracle : all accept this syntax
through OleDb. SQL Server 2005 doesn't.
I have to use old school way : "select * from mytable where col = ?". But
this syntax is bad coz I'm not sure of the parameters order.

Why ? :(

..NET 2.0 / C# language
Windows 2003 Server Entreprise Edition SP 1 / IIS 6
SQL Server 2005 Express with advanced

Jul 21 '06 #1
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