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SAParam & Param( int
& Param( const SAString &sParamByName );
Returns the command parameter specified by its position or name.
nParamByID. A position of parameter specified in the command text. Normally position is a number stated in the command text after a colon (for example, 1 for :1, 5 for :5).
sParamByName. A string that represents a name of the requested parameter. Normally name is a string stated in the command text after a colon (for example, 'city' for :city, 'my city' for :"my city") or a parameter name in a stored procedure or function.
A reference to a SAParam object.
Use Param method to access a parameter by its name or position (in SQL statement). If, for example, you want to walk through all the parameters use ParamByIndex method.
If parameters were not created before calling Param method the Library creates them implicitly (can query native API if needed and therefore can throw exception on error) and then returns the specified parameter.
Passing a value of name or position which does not specified in the command text will throw an exception.
SAParam object contains full information about a parameter: name, type, size, etc. Values for the input parameters can be assigned to SAParam object or supplied by operator << .
Server specific notes
No specific information.
Problems and Questions
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