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If you are using an ADP, you may find that you want to execute procedures directly against the SQL Server. This is commonly done using a stored procedure, however it can be just plain SQL syntax as well. This handy function allows you to pass in a string (either a stored procedure with the parameters or straight sql) and then it's executed again the sql server.
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