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System.Exception: Unsupported TYPE attribute: Bit  Problem

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i keep getting these errors when i upload the pages to the server , while they work perfect on my local server

System.Exception: Unsupported TYPE attribute: Bit
at DreamweaverCtrls.DataSet.GetDbTypeFromString(String str)
at DreamweaverCtrls.DataSet.AddParameters(IDbCommand myCommand)
at DreamweaverCtrls.DataSet.DoInit()

please i need your help


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prifre earned 1000 total points
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I have not really a solution, but on
http://www.charon.co.uk/aspnetforums/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=2040

they write:
"This is probably because I'm moving from asp (recordsets) to asp.net (datasets) and I'm not fully aware of the differences in queries! When developing for asp I always used the advanced query option and hand typed my queries, but in asp.net they don't work the same.

In my SQL query I had the following which didn't work:

SELECT *
FROM dbo.orderinfo
WHERE orderid = @orderid

with the following params
Name: @orderid
Type: Integer
Value: IIf((Not Session("orderid") Is Nothing), Session("orderid"), "")

I flipped from 'Advanced' to 'Simple' in the DataSet window and let it generate the following

SELECT *
FROM dbo.orderinfo
WHERE orderid = ?

............ with the following params
Name: @orderid
Type: Integer
Value: IIf((Not Session("orderid") Is Nothing), Session("orderid"), "")

This now works .............. I guess it's all part of the learning and transition to .net. I'm now treading very carefully!"

might that help?

with a smile
/prifre
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