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Ankit Singh

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Posted on    December-07-2015 9:24 PM

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 I want to use output parameter in stored procedure please help me.

aditya kumar Patel

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Posted on    December-07-2015 9:27 PM

Setting up output paramters for a stored procedure is basically the same as setting up input parameters, the only difference is that you use the OUTPUT clause after the parameter name to specify that it should return a value.  The output clause can be specified by either using the keyword "OUTPUT" or just "OUT".

create proc Sp_EmpData


@totalcount int output




select @totalcount=(select count(*) from Employee);


DECLARE @totalcount int

EXEC Sp_EmpData @totalcount = @totalcount OUTPUT

select @totalcount

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