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Update source data from Dataset ***Urgent*** !

Posted on 2004-10-09
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I already have a dataset filled by few data adapters.
I am trying to add a record to a certain table's column and update the source database from dataset.
The source database is done in access (in case it might help)

dataset: ds
dataadapter: daPrj
table in dataset: prj
columns in table: prjNo(key, autonumber), prjName(string), prjFinished(yes/no)

When i try to update by using the following commands, a messagebox pops up saying "Parameter ?_1 has no default value"
I also tried to update by using this command but it does not actually update the database:
    daPrj.Update(ds)

 Private Sub mnuFilePrjNew_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles mnuFilePrjNew.Click
        Dim myRow As DataRow = ds.prj.NewRow
        myRow(ds.prj.prjNameColumn) = "newly added project name"
        myRef.ds.prj.Rows.Add(myRow)
       
        Try
            daPrj.Update(ds, "prj")
        Catch ex As Exception
            MsgBox(ex.Message)
        End Try
End Sub


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by:Dabas
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Hi UnFiRe:
Maybe you should also provide a value for prjFinished?

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by:UnFiRe
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i have tried that - still the same error
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by:Hans Langer
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I think you must define the daPrj.UpdateCommand  property.
Look this article, maybe that help you,

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/cpguide/html/cpconupdatingdatabasewithdataadapterdataset.asp

Good Luck
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UnFiRe:
Would you mind posting the Insert Command of the DataAdpater?

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by:eozz_2000
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Please put the sql of all commands.
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by:UnFiRe
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There is few more columns now. Thanks to you guys i have found something that was out of order - i gave the name of daPrj to another DA instead (late night programming). After i have gave right names to the adapters the msgbox does not popup anymore, however, the database does not get updated. It still has the same records after it should have gotten updated. Here are all the commands:

****** Update ****
UPDATE    prj
SET              prjDone = ?, prjEdited = ?, prjName = ?, prjTaken = ?, qSessions = ?
WHERE     (prjNo = ?) AND (prjDone = ?) AND (prjEdited = ?) AND (prjName = ?) AND (prjTaken = ?) AND (qSessions = ?) OR
                      (prjNo = ?) AND (prjDone IS NULL) AND (prjEdited IS NULL) AND (prjName IS NULL) AND (prjTaken IS NULL) AND (qSessions IS NULL) AND
                      (? IS NULL) OR
                      (prjNo = ?) AND (prjDone = ?) AND (prjEdited = ?) AND (prjName = ?) AND (prjTaken = ?) AND (qSessions IS NULL) AND (? IS NULL) OR
                      (prjNo = ?) AND (prjDone = ?) AND (prjEdited = ?) AND (prjName IS NULL) AND (prjTaken IS NULL) AND (qSessions IS NULL) AND (? IS NULL) AND
                      (? IS NULL)

***** Insert *******
INSERT INTO prj
                      (prjDone, prjEdited, prjName, prjTaken, qSessions)
VALUES     (?, ?, ?, ?, ?)

***** Delete *****
DELETE FROM prj
WHERE     (prjNo = ?) AND (prjDone = ?) AND (prjEdited = ?) AND (prjName = ? OR
                      ? IS NULL AND prjName IS NULL) AND (prjTaken = ?) AND (qSessions = ? OR
                      ? IS NULL AND qSessions IS NULL)
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by:UnFiRe
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Ok, Never mind now folks - i forgot to uncomment the Add statement. You helped me with your great hints. Thanks a lot!
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by:Hans Langer
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Your Welcome.
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