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Hi there,

I am having a problem with populating a dataset. The query is as follows :

        SQL$ = ""
        SQL$ = SQL$ & " select      glpd_sequence      "
        SQL$ = SQL$ & " from        gl_period   "
        SQL$ = SQL$ & " where       glpd_key  = " & Me.ddl_glperiod.SelectedItem.Value
        myCommand = New SqlCommand(SQL$, myConnection)
        sqlAdapter = New SqlDataAdapter(myCommand)
        sqlAdapter.Fill(myDataSet)

glpd_key is a integer. When i run the query i get the following message : Value cannot be null. Parameter name: dataSet
I have tried to CAST glpd_key to varchar but i still get the error. If i use the query that is populating in the immediate window it runs fine on SQL Server

Can someone help please ....
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you just need to add

myDataSet = New DataSet
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