syatax error in crystal reports while passing paramete to stored procedure like '(7,10)' gives error sysntax error near 'AND'

Posted on 2007-10-18
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Details: ADO Error Code: 0x80040e14
Source: Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server
Description: Incorrect syntax near the keyword 'AND'.
SQL State: 42000
Native Error: 156

I didnt get the above error if i manually pass the paramete to procedure like '(7,10)'
but report gives error when i pass the parameter like @ClientType

please suggest what would be the problem?
Question by:s_chilkury
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May i see the query you are using inside SP?
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frodoman earned 1000 total points
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I suspect that @ClientType returns a result of (7,10) not of '(7,10)' which would account for the error.

Change your formula to explicitly return the single quotes around the value and you should be fine.


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I'd agree with frodoman, but I'd probably just add the single quotes into the SQL Command around the parameter.
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>>> I'd probably just add the single quotes into the SQL Command around the parameter

But you have to be careful with this because your db driver may interpret that as text and not as a bind variable within quotes - depends on the driver of course but for universal consistency I wouldn't recommend this approach.


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