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Invalid operator for data type. Operator equals boolean AND, type equals varchar.

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ALTER Procedure [dbo].[sp_ProcessImage]

      @Err int OUTPUT
      
As
declare @rowPro integer      -- 1 row must be Updated

select @Err = 1
      
Begin Tran

INSERT INTO Asset
( ............


It has error in line

select @Err = 1

said
Invalid operator for data type. Operator equals boolean AND, type equals varchar.

Why?

thanks.
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Question by:dshi15
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
ID: 20346051
can u post the complete query
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by:Göran Andersson
ID: 20346086
I believe that the actual error is on the previous line. There is no "integer" data type in SQL Server. Change the line to:

declare @rowPro int
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by:dshi15
ID: 20346125
ALTER Procedure [dbo].[sp_maint_ProcessImageLibrary]
      
      @Err int OUTPUT
      
As
declare @rowPro integer      -- 1 row must be Updated

                                                
select @Err = 1      
Begin Tran

INSERT INTO Asset
(
AssetId,
DownloadPath,
PreviewPath,
FSPath,
ToDate,
AssetDesc,
AssetType,
DownloadFile,
PreviewFile,
FSFile,
GraphicColor,
AllPromos,
AllTG,
AllBrands,
Status,
FromDate,
SystemDate,
UID
)
SELECT 'test_' & [OfferGraphics].[AssetName] AS Expr1,
'https://DOCUMENTS.com/W/' & 'TakeLoadOff' & '/' AS Expr2,
'https://DOCUMENTS.com/W/' & 'TakeLoadOff' & '/Thumbnail/' AS Expr3,
'https://DOCUMENTS.com/W/' & 'TakeLoadOff' & '/Large/' AS Expr4,
'9/15/2007',
OfferGraphics.[AssetDescription],
6,
OfferGraphics.[DownloadFileName],
OfferGraphics.[PreviewFilename],
OfferGraphics.[FSFileName],
OfferGraphics.[BW/Color],
'N',
'N',
'N',
'A',
getdate(),
getdate(),
'011sh'
FROM OfferGraphics

      select @rowPro = @@rowcount
      
if @rowPro <> 1 or @@error != 0
      begin
            Rollback Tran
            select @Err = 1
            return
      end
Commit Tran
      select @Err = 0      
      return
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by:dshi15
ID: 20346135
I used declare @rowPro integer      in other store procedures,  it is fine, never has error.
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Aneesh Retnakaran earned 500 total points
ID: 20346137
In order to perform string addition use '+'
ALTER Procedure [dbo].[sp_maint_ProcessImageLibrary]
      
      @Err int OUTPUT
      
As
declare @rowPro integer      -- 1 row must be Updated
 
                                                
select @Err = 1      
Begin Tran
 
INSERT INTO Asset
(
AssetId,
DownloadPath,
PreviewPath,
FSPath,
ToDate,
AssetDesc,
AssetType,
DownloadFile,
PreviewFile,
FSFile,
GraphicColor,
AllPromos,
AllTG,
AllBrands,
Status,
FromDate,
SystemDate,
UID
)
SELECT 'test_' + [OfferGraphics].[AssetName] ,
'https://DOCUMENTS.com/W/' + 'TakeLoadOff' + '/',
'https://DOCUMENTS.com/W/' + 'TakeLoadOff' + '/Thumbnail/' ,
'https://DOCUMENTS.com/W/' + 'TakeLoadOff' + '/Large/' ,
'9/15/2007',
OfferGraphics.[AssetDescription],
6,
OfferGraphics.[DownloadFileName],
OfferGraphics.[PreviewFilename],
OfferGraphics.[FSFileName],
OfferGraphics.[BW/Color],
'N',
'N',
'N',
'A',
getdate(),
getdate(),
'011sh'
FROM OfferGraphics
 
      select @rowPro = @@rowcount
      
if @rowPro <> 1 or @@error != 0
      begin
            Rollback Tran
            select @Err = 1
            return
      end
Commit Tran
      select @Err = 0      
      return

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by:dshi15
ID: 31410856
thank you very much.
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by:Racim BOUDJAKDJI
ID: 20346169
TSQL is not VB.  No *integer* data  type nor *&* operator.  Use *int* and *+* instead...
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by:Göran Andersson
ID: 20346261
I suppose that "integer" is some not very well documented alias for "int". You should stick with the normal names for the data types, the ones that everyone else are using.

Also, the != operator is non-standard. You should use the <> operator instead.
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