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Hi friends. i have an stored procedure in sql server that has a where clause. in its where clause i have a bit value that i want to set its value to null. if i set it to dbnull.value i face with an error. what can i do?
Posted 27-Aug-12 19:08pm
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Nice MSDN reference is available at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms172138.aspx[^]
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Hi ,
You can make your procedure has default value of null

CREATE PROCEDURE usp_ProcName 
(
 @param1 bit =NULL 
 )
AS
BEGIN 
--Proc body

END 
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M.Mitwalli
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