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Posted on 2001-06-13
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Hello,
 I am trying to make a small application.I have the main screen on which a form is displayed with a drop down box and a radio button.
 Once the user select the number from the drop down and clicks the radio button and submit, the  following script is to be executed.
 Now this refers to an access query where i am to pass two parameters.However when i execute the script with the following code:

<html>
<head>
 <title> Auction Details</title>
</head>

<body>
<%

 dim conn,rs,comm
 set comm=server.createobject("adodb.command")
 set conn=server.createobject("adodb.connection")
 set rs=server.createobject("adodb.recordset")

 conn.open "DSN=mydbase"

 comm.activeconnection=conn
 comm.commandtext="details"
 comm.commandtype=2

 comm.Parameters.Append comm.createparameter ("abc",adInteger,adparameterinput)

comm.parameters.append comm.createparameter("xyz",advarchar,adparameterinput)
comm.parameters(0).value=request.querystring("number")
comm.parameters(1).value=request.querystring("radio")
set rs=comm.execute

(PS this is just part of the script and i strongly feel that the error is coming from here.)

When i execute the script i get the following error:

ADODB.Command error '800a0bb9'

Arguments are of the wrong type, are out of acceptable range, or are in conflict with one another.

/man/list.asp, line 26

Please help me resolve this problem
The datatypes in the database are
integer and text


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by:Silvers5
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1at.. if it's an access database you shouldn't pass parameters, besides what are you trying to do here?

do it this way

StrSQL = "INSERT INTO [Table name] (Fielad1,Field2) values(" & request.querystring("number")
 & ",'" & request.querystring("radio")
 & '")

conn.execute(StrSQL)

or StrSQL = "Select * From [TABLENAme] where [Numeric Field/ Numeric Column Name]=" & request.querystring("number") & " AND [Text Field/ Text Column Name]='" & request.querystring("radio") & "'"
Set rs = conn.Execute(StrSQL)



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by:dragosh
ID: 6185561
if you are trying to execute a stored procedure you must set CommandType to adCmdStoredProc(=4)

and i think the names of your procedure's parameters are wrong : "abc" , "xyz" .. should be "@abc" and "@xyz"

and one more thing , method CreateParameter has 5 parameters :

command.CreateParameter (Name, Type, Direction, Size, Value)

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by:Silvers5
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Access doesn't support stored procedures..

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by:dragosh
ID: 6185638
i know .. who is talking about Access ???
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by:Silvers5
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>Now this refers to an access query where i am to pass two parameters
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by:dragosh
ID: 6185682
oh ... my mistake , next time i must read with more attention :)
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by:nigelrowe
ID: 6185692
>Now this refers to an access query...

But does it mean MS Access, or, access in general?
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by:smash81
ID: 6185699
Yes it is an acess database.Does acess have some problems when you pass parameters?
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by:Silvers5
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to what you're passing parameters? a macro?
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by:smash81
ID: 6185766
Yes it is an acess database.Does acess have some problems when you pass parameters?
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by:smash81
ID: 6185774
Its a query.
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by:smash81
ID: 6185788
Its a query.
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by:smash81
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Its a query.
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a view.. you want to fetch records from the query then do as I typed..

your way is to pass parameters to an SQL stored procedure!

what's the query name? details

then

StrSQL = "Select * From details where abc =" & request.querystring("number")
& " AND xyz='" & request.querystring("radio") & "'"
Set rs = conn.Execute(StrSQL)

I supposed abc is the numeric field in the query and xyz the text field
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by:smash81
ID: 6186237
Now i have tried using the command.parameters.refresh command and i am getting the following error


Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e51'

Provider cannot derive parameter information and SetParameterInfo has not been called


Now what is this????
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by:Silvers5
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