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Getting a TOO FEW PARAMETERS problem with Coldfusion MX and Access 2002

Posted on 2003-12-11
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Here is some of the error code

Error Executing Database Query.
[MERANT][SequeLink JDBC Driver][ODBC Socket][Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] Too few parameters. Expected 2.

The Error Occurred in C:\CFusionMX\wwwroot\gamecube\article_edit.cfm: line 14

12 : postedemail='#TRIM(FORM.postedemail)#'
13 : WHERE articleID=<cfqueryparam value="#FORM.articleID#" cfsqltype="cf_sql_integer">
14 : </CFQUERY>

SQL UPDATE articles SET gamedID=1, typeID=5, articletitle='New Metroid Preview', articletext='Whoa, new one baby', articledescription='New one', articledate=5/5/93, postedby='New one', postedemail='New one' WHERE articleID= (param 1)


Now, I have a page that is used for inserting/updating depending on the variables being passed.

Well, it has no problem inserting information into a database, but I am receiving the above error when updating and I can't figure it out for the life of me.

Here is the code that seems to be in the problem.

<cfset EditMode=IsDefined("FORM.articleID")>
<cfif EditMode>
<CFQUERY datasource="#dsn#">
UPDATE articles
SET gamedID=#FORM.gameID#,
typeID=#FORM.articletypes#,
articletitle='#TRIM(FORM.articletitle)#',
articletext='#TRIM(FORM.articletext)#',
articledescription='#TRIM(FORM.articledescription)#',
articledate=#FORM.articledate#,
postedby='#TRIM(FORM.postedby)#',
postedemail='#TRIM(FORM.postedemail)#'
WHERE articleID=<cfqueryparam value="#FORM.articleID#" cfsqltype="cf_sql_integer">
</CFQUERY>

Well, as you can see, it appears I am using only 1 parameter, articleID=#FORM.articleID#, but I can't figure out why its giving me an error.

ANy help
Thanks
Bryan
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Thanks, I just posted it.

Anyway to close this one?
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oh well, gave you the points
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