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Error is occuer when inserting to access table

Posted on 2004-08-02
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Check this code there's a error


cnDB.ConnectionString = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;" & _
                    "Data Source=D:\DotNet\CityBank\db.mdb;"
Dim daInsert As OleDb.OleDbDataAdapter

cnDB.Open()

                Dim cmInsertB As New OleDbCommand()
                cmInsertB.CommandText = "Insert into BatchHeader(BatchNo,BatchDate) Values ('11112222','19/07/2004')"
                cmInsertB.ExecuteNonQuery()
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Question by:kaudaboy
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FRIBBLE1 earned 200 total points
ID: 11703398
Hi

The first problem i can see in your code is your not giveing your OleDbcommand a conection you need this line of code.

cmInsertB.connection = cnDB

that will tell your OleDbcommand where it conecting to.

if your just running and INSERT sql command you don't need the OleDbDataAdapter.

i think this should be the code you need to use.

Dim cnDB as new OleDbConnection
Dim cmInsertB  as new OleDbCommand

cnDB = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=D:\DotNet\CityBank\db.mdb;"

cmInsertB.conection = cnDB

cmInsertB.CommandText = "Insert into BatchHeader(BatchNo,BatchDate) Values ('11112222','19/07/2004')"


cnDB.open
cmInsertB.ExecuteNonQuery()
cnDB.close

give that try. My speeling might be slightly off so right it your self useing the intle senes.






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by:snayaks
ID: 11703702
Hi

I think the error is in "INSERT" command. If BatchDate is  Date Type then, User Convert(DateTime,,) or Datevalue or any Date Conversion function.

snayaks
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by:FRIBBLE1
ID: 11703836
Ok try rungin the insert satement with this comand


cmInsertB.CommandText = "Insert into BatchHeader(BatchNo,BatchDate) Values ('11112222','"  & system.datetime & "')"

see if that inserts. if it dosent try copying the error messeg and past it.

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by:kaudaboy
ID: 11711995
I have manage to do that.. thanks 4 u're help


Dim myConnection As OleDbConnection
                Dim myOleCommand As OleDbCommand

                myConnection = New OleDbConnection("Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=D:\DotNet\CityBank\db.mdb")
                myOleCommand = New OleDbCommand("Insert into BatchHeader(BatchNo,BatchDate) Values ('11112222','19/07/2004')", myConnection)

                Try
                    myConnection.Open()
                    myOleCommand.ExecuteNonQuery()
                    MsgBox("New Record inserted into Customers table in northwind.")
                Catch myException As Exception
                    MsgBox("Couldn't insert record: " + myException.ToString())
                Finally
                    myConnection.Close()
                End Try
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