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Passing Multiple Parameters to Access Database

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I have had a lot of trouble passing multiple parameters from Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 to a query on a Microsoft Access 2010 database. I am coding in C# in Visual Studio. After hours of searching, I have not found a forum topic on my particular issue.

The main problem is, I do not know the number of parameters I will need to pass into to the query before I run the file (but I could potentially know this number before I run the query). Because of this, I cannot hardcode ?'s into my query and pass the corresponding number of parameters using the parameter collection class. The number of parameters I am passing depends on a file searched earlier in my code. So, I could have anywhere from one to hundreds of parameters.

One way around this problem is to call individual queries for each parameter, and compile a table based on each item returned. I would rather not do this because I want to make use of SQL’s ORDER BY function, which I know is more efficient than sorting a table using C# code after I have called the queries. 

The attempt that makes the most sense to me is to u

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