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I am using a VB.NET webform to display data in a DataGrid.
My SQLDataAdapter (called DaOperatorActions) uses a stored procedure that requires three input parameters. When I run the code below, I get the error msg saying that the input paramters are not supplied.

        If Not Me.IsPostBack Then

            Me.DaOperatorActions.Fill(Me.DsOperatorActions1)
            Me.dgOperatorActions.DataSource = Me.DsOperatorActions1
            Me.dgOperatorActions.DataBind()
        End If

Could you tell me the syntax for the lines of code that provide the input parameters to the DataAdapter's stored procedure.

Thanks,

Michael
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by:Ralf Klatt
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Hi,

Is this supposed to be all the code? Please give me info about the modules or functions from where you're connecting to the database!


Best regards, Raisor
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by:michael5865
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Actually, I now have a more urgent question.
I am trying to run my VB.NET application on a different computer.
The first time I try to run this web appliaction I encounter a problem with my .NET set up.
The error msg I get is:
"Error while trying to run project. Unable to start debugging on the web server. The server does not support debugging of ASP.NET or ATL Server applications. Run set up to install the Visual Studio .NET server components. If setup has been run verify that a valid URL has been specified."
Could you tell me how to solve this problem? How do I verify the URL? What components should I install? Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks,
Michael
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Ralf Klatt earned 2000 total points
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Hi,

Most likely, this error is caused because the IIS Web application is not configured to accept Windows Integrated authentication, which is used by VS.NET to attach to the ASP.NET worker process. If that doesn't work, you can try attaching directly to it by using the Debug – Processes menu option

This answer I found here: http://searchvb.techtarget.com/vsnetATEAnswers/0,293820,sid8_gci927457_tax293672,00.html


Best regards, Raisor
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