Passing ADO parameters to stored procedures using ASP and ADO allows us, as developers to keep our code cleaner and properly structured. If at anytime in the future, another developer has to modify our stored procedure code, it’s a simple matter of using either enterprise manager or query analyser to update it. Also, because there are no “hard coded” queries, we’re avoiding spaghetti code that is way too common among ASP scripts.
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