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  2. CREATE PROCEDURE InsertStudent(In p1 nvarchar(50),In p2 nvarchar(50),In p3 nvarchar(50),In p4 nvarchar(50))
  4. AS
  6. BEGIN
  7. INSERT INTO STUDENT(roll,dob,phone,address) values(p1,p2,p3,p4)
  8. END
May 20 '12 #1
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I don't see the word In being used in this procedure. Are you sure it's this proc that's erroring on you?
May 21 '12 #2
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Get rid of the IN keyword in your parameter list.
May 21 '12 #3
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  1. CREATE PROCEDURE ProcedureName
  2. @var1 nvarchar(50),
  3. @var2 nvarchar(50)
  4. AS
  5. BEGIN
  6.     ................write insert query here................
  7. END
May 21 '12 #4
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Procedure parameters are not declared with an "IN" keyword. You may be confusing this with the "OUT" | "OUTPUT" keyword which is sometimes used in parameter declarations. See MSDN: CREATE PROCEDURE (Transact-SQL) for the full SP.
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