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VB.NET numeric data-types & SQL-Server

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how do VB.NET numeric data-types match-up to SQL-Server numeric data-types ?

is it safe to use declare VB.NET variables of type Integer to contain SQL
Server columns of type Integer ?
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Hi John,

I use integers in vb .net to match against ints in sql server all the time -
no problems. I also use double to match against money cols, and sometimes
decimal - I haven't had any problems with either.

HTH,

Bernie Yaeger

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how do VB.NET numeric data-types match-up to SQL-Server numeric data-types ?
is it safe to use declare VB.NET variables of type Integer to contain SQL
Server columns of type Integer ?

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"John A Grandy" <johnagrandy-at-yahoo-dot-com> schrieb
how do VB.NET numeric data-types match-up to SQL-Server numeric
data-types ?

is it safe to use declare VB.NET variables of type Integer to contain
SQL Server columns of type Integer ?

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