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vb.net SQL statement parameters using IBM.Data.DB2.iSeries to AS400

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Here is my code:

 Dim cn As iDB2Connection = New iDB2Connection("User ID=yeah;Password=yeah;Data Source=10.1.1.999;Connection Timeout = 0")
        Dim cmd As iDB2Command
        Dim sqlstring As String        

                sqlstring = "insert into weslib2.wp1401p (saacct, sanam1, sanam2, saadd1, sacity) values (@Name, @Address, @City, @State, @Zip)"

        cmd = New iDB2Command(sqlstring, cn)
        'cmd.Prepare()

        Dim da As New iDB2DataAdapter(sqlstring, cn)
     
        'Open connection
        cn.Open()
        cmd.Parameters("@Name").Value() = txtName.Text
        cmd.Parameters("@Address").Value() = txtAddress.Text
        cmd.Parameters("@city").Value() = txtCity.Text
        cmd.Parameters("@state").Value() = txtState.Text
        cmd.Parameters("@Zip").Value() = txtZip.Text



        cmd.ExecuteNonQuery()

        cn.Close()
        TextBox1.Text = sqlstring

When I run this I get error:
Index was out of range. Must be non-negative and less than the size of the collection.
Parameter name: index

Any ideas on it?
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Question by:bergertime
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Ashish Patel earned 500 total points
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Try this.
Dim cn As iDB2Connection = New iDB2Connection("User ID=yeah;Password=yeah;Data Source=10.1.1.999;Connection Timeout = 0")
        Dim cmd As iDB2Command
        Dim sqlstring As String        

                sqlstring = "insert into weslib2.wp1401p (saacct, sanam1, sanam2, saadd1, sacity) values (@Name, @Address, @City, @State, @Zip)"

        cmd = New iDB2Command(sqlstring, cn)

        Dim da As New iDB2DataAdapter(sqlstring, cn)
With cmd.Parameters
            .Add(New SqlParameter("@Name", txtName.Text))
            .Add(New SqlParameter("@Address", txtAddress.Text))
            .Add(New SqlParameter("@City", txtCity.Text))
            .Add(New SqlParameter("@State", txtState.Text))
            .Add(New SqlParameter("@Zip", txtZip.Text))
        End With
        'Open connection
        cn.Open()
        cmd.ExecuteNonQuery()
        cn.Close()
        TextBox1.Text = sqlstring
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by:WaldenL
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First, you've commented out the prepare, so the parameter collection will be empty. Second, I don't think you can have () at the end of  .Value, it's a property not a method. Actually I'm suprised that complies, as you can't assigned to a method, maybe VB ignores the ()?
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