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The formal parameter "@VersionLevel" was not declared as an OUTPUT parameter,
but the actual parameter passed in requested output.
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The error message clearly tells you the issue.
In your stored procedure, you have to change the @VersionLevel type as OUTPUT.
OR
While calling the stored procedure you should not mention OUTPUT after @VersionLevel.

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Forgot to tell you, it depends based on your requirement(choosing one of the above two options).
 
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Naresh1277 8-Oct-13 9:32am    
Thanks;;
But i need that @VersionLevel but the parameter next to it is output param , and i have added a new param,, which is causing the problem
thatraja 8-Oct-13 10:02am    
Solved? It would be better if you have added more details in your question which could give you quick answer.
Naresh1277 9-Oct-13 0:08am    
yes it's solved

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