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Run Time Error'-2147217839(80040e51)':The provider cannot derive parameter info and SetParameterInfo has not been called.

Posted on 2003-11-08
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Hi there,
            I am developping a datbase application in VB.I am using stored procedure for accesiing some data from database.The database is in MS Access
& using a DSN.
            Iam using command & recordset object of adodc.I have an Item_Master table from where I want some details through stored procedure.The stored proc name is "Get_Max_Item_Code" & it has 3 parameters named SOBID,CATCODE,SUBCATCODE .When I set value for these parameters in a sub a got the above mentioned error message.This stored proc was called after another stored procedure which has only one parameter & it was executed without any peroblem.The code segment inwhich problem arrived is:

Public Sub Gen_New_Item_Code()
    Dim Rs As New ADODB.Recordset
    Cmd.CommandType = adCmdStoredProc
    Cmd.CommandText = "Get_New_Item_Code"   'STORED PROCEDURE NAME


    Cmd.Parameters("SOBID") = (Txt_Item(0).Text) 'SOB ID (here is the problem)
    Cmd.Parameters("CATCODE") = Cmb_Item(3).Text  'CATEGORY CODE
    Cmd.Parameters("SUBCATCODE") = Cmb_Item(4).Text  'SUB CATEGORY CODE
    Set Rs = Cmd.Execute()
 
I don't know what to do with this problem.If any one has answer to it ,pls send as soon as possible.
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Question by:prem_anish
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Mayank S earned 50 total points
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Try using the CreateParameter method of the Command object, as:

Parameter adParam = Cmd.CreateParameter ("SOBID", ....) ' other arguments include parameter-type, size, etc - you can refer to any documentation (or the MSDN help) for this
Cmd.Parameters.Append adParam

Hope that helps.

Mayank.
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Try adding a .refresh on the commamd object before trying to set the parameters. (I take it the cmd object is defined and set before this procedure as its not set here.) This works with VB + SQL but im not 100% sure about Access.

Public Sub Gen_New_Item_Code()
   Dim Rs As New ADODB.Recordset
   Cmd.CommandType = adCmdStoredProc
   Cmd.CommandText = "Get_New_Item_Code"   'STORED PROCEDURE NAME

   Cmd.Refresh 'This should retrieve the parameter info from the store proc.

   Cmd.Parameters("SOBID") = (Txt_Item(0).Text) 'SOB ID (here is the problem)
   Cmd.Parameters("CATCODE") = Cmb_Item(3).Text  'CATEGORY CODE
   Cmd.Parameters("SUBCATCODE") = Cmb_Item(4).Text  'SUB CATEGORY CODE
   Set Rs = Cmd.Execute()
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by:Mayank S
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Please proceed with that recommendation.
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ok by me
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