Problem with stored procedure.

I have this stored procedure:

CREATE PROCEDURE [insert_QueryResults]
      @UserID [int]  ,
      @QVARID [int]  ,
      @QueryLevel [int]   ,
      @NICU [int]  ,
      @ID [char] (32)  ,
      @CodeFileID [int]   ,
      @Description [char] (64)   ,
      @SortDesc [char] (64)   ,
      @IsQuery [int]   ,
      @Days [int]  ,
      @Extra [varchar]

 AS INSERT INTO [QueryResults]
       ( [UserID],
       [QueryLevel ],
      ( @UserID,

In my code I have:

                  Set Param1 = Cmd.CreateParameter("UserID", adInteger, adParamInput, , g_nCurrentUser)
                   Set Param2 = Cmd.CreateParameter("QVARID", adInteger, adParamInput, , nQvar)
                   Set Param3 = Cmd.CreateParameter("QueryLevel", adInteger, adParamInput, , m_CurrentQueryLevel)
                   Set Param4 = Cmd.CreateParameter("NICU", adInteger, adParamInput, , g_nCurrentNICU)
                   Set Param5 = Cmd.CreateParameter("ID", adChar, adParamInput, 32, rsData!ID)
etc. etc.

When I excute the command I get 'Insert into QueryResults' expects parameter '@UserID', which was not supplied."

What am I missing here?
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TimCotteeHead of Software ServicesCommented:
Hi bfeddish,

You need to include the @

                  Set Param1 = Cmd.CreateParameter("@UserID", adInteger, adParamInput, , g_nCurrentUser)


Tim Cottee
bfeddishAuthor Commented:

Same error.
Have you tried this without the Command object?

strSQL = "Exec insert_QueryResults " & g_nCurrentUser & ", " & nQvar & ", " ..... and so on

cnConn.Execute strSQL

If this does not work you could then look at the strSQL string in the debug windon and/or try running it from the Query Analyzer to find the problem.


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