Procedure Object (ADOX)

Represents a stored procedure. When used in conjunction with the ADO Command object, the Procedure object can be used for adding, deleting, or modifying stored procedures.


The Procedure object allows you to create a stored procedure without having to know or use the provider's "CREATE PROCEDURE" syntax.

With the properties of a Procedure object, you can:

  • Identify the procedure with the Name property.

  • Specify the ADO Command object that can be used to create or execute the procedure with the Command property.

  • Return date information with the DateCreated and DateModified properties.

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See Also

Command and CommandText Properties Example (VB)
Parameters Collection, Command Property Example (VB)
Procedures Append Method Example (VB)
Procedures Delete Method Example (VB)
Procedures Collection (ADOX)