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ITableParameter Interface

Represents a parameter of table type.

Namespace:  Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.SqlParser.Metadata
Assembly:  Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.SqlParser (in Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.SqlParser.dll)

public interface ITableParameter : ITableVariable, 
	ITabular, IParameter, ILocalVariable, IMetadataObject

The ITableParameter type exposes the following members.

  NameDescription
Public propertyColumnsGets the collection of columns that belong to this object. (Inherited from ITabular.)
Public propertyDataTypeGets an object that represents the data type of the table variable. (Inherited from ITableVariable.)
Public propertyDefaultValueGets the default value of the parameter. (Inherited from IParameter.)
Public propertyIsCursorVariableGets a value that indicates whether this is a cursor variable. (Inherited from ILocalVariable.)
Public propertyIsOutputGets a value that indicates whether the parameter is an output parameter. (Inherited from IParameter.)
Public propertyIsParameterGets a value that indicates whether this is a parameter. (Inherited from ILocalVariable.)
Public propertyIsReadOnlyGets a value that indicates that this parameter is read-only. (Inherited from IParameter.)
Public propertyIsScalarVariableGets a value that indicates whether this is a scalar variable. (Inherited from ILocalVariable.)
Public propertyIsTableVariableGets a value that indicates whether this is a table variable. (Inherited from ILocalVariable.)
Public propertyNameGets the name of the metadata object. (Inherited from IMetadataObject.)
Public propertyTabularTypeGets the tabular type. (Inherited from ITabular.)
Public propertyUnaliasedGets the ITabular object that this object is an alias for. (Inherited from ITabular.)
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  NameDescription
Public methodAccept<T>Accepts a visit from the specified IMetadataObjectVisitor<T> object. (Inherited from IMetadataObject.)
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