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i am using stored procedure in .aspx.vb file

used imports.data.sqlclient
        imports.data.sqltypes

OrgCode is an input parameter for stored procedure

//vb code
cmd.Parameters.Add(New SqlParameter("@OrgCode", SqlDbType.VarChar, 10))
cmd.Parameters[""].value = something

i am not able to add parameter value. intellisense in not coming when trying to add value to parameter.

any suggestions for this

thanks

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Question by:sandeep437
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by:natloz
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Try
cmd.Parameters.Add(New SqlParameter("@OrgCode", SqlDbType.VarChar, 10)) = CStr(something)
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by:sandeep437
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tried this. but not working. saying expression is a value and cannot be target of expression.

thanks
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by:Bob Learned
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Or:

Dim param As SqlParameter = New SqlParameter("@OrgCode", SqlDbType.VarChar, 10))
param.Value = CStr(something)

Bob
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by:natloz
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This is what I use...

Imports System.Data
Imports System.Data.SqlClient
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by:Bob Learned
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Forgot:

cmd.Parameters.Add(param)

Bob
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Here is a sample...

'*************************************
                'Populate lblName with the user's name
                '*************************************
                'SQL Database statements
                oComm = New SqlCommand
                oComm.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure
                oComm.CommandText = "spGetUser"
                oComm.Connection = oConn

                'Send in parameters
                oComm.Parameters.Add(New SqlParameter("@pkUserID", SqlDbType.Int)).Value = _intUserID
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by:Bob Learned
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Or that way will work, too:)

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by:Snarf0001
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you're using c# syntax, in vb it's

cmd.Parameters("").Value = something

( not [
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by:Javert93
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Is there a reason why you are not specifying the name of the parameter? I should be:

    cmd.Parameters("@OrgCode").Value = something
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by:ahmadfuwad
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///store procedure

CREATE PROCEDURE  spGetEmployess

      @ID      Int

AS

      Select * From Employee Where ID = @ID
GO

///calling of store procedure in VB.NET

cmd.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure
        cmd.CommandText = "spGetEmployess"

        param = New SqlClient.SqlParameter("@ID", SqlDbType.Int)
        param.Value = ComboBox1.Text
        cmd.Parameters.Add(param)

        reader = cmd.ExecuteReader
        reader.Read()
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