Although Stonefield Query can prompt the user for values of ask-at-runtime conditions, there may be other cases where you want to prompt the user for a value to be used somewhere. Here are a couple of ways you can do this:
For stored procedures called from the Select method of a virtual table, use code in the GetParameters method to specify parameters the user is prompted for when a report using fields from the virtual table is run.
For a database function that needs to be passed a parameter from user input, use the built-in GetParameter function as part of the function call to prompt the user for the value. For example, this would be the Expression of a calculated field that calls the MyFunction function, passing it the value entered by the user when prompted:
dbo.MyFunction(GetParameter("SomeValue", "Enter Some Value", "String", "Default"))