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System.IndexOutOfRangeException: price

Posted on 2008-06-18
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Hi Experts

I hope some of you can assist me in this.
My webapplication (asp.net/c#) works like a charm on localhost. But when I put it out on the server I get a server error saying System.IndexOutOfRangeException: price
Highlighted piece of code: "string pris = rdrVarer["pris"].ToString().Replace(",0000", ".00");"

This happens when I click the button to move the items in the basket and place them in the orders table

Can anyone please point me in the right direction here because I don't know what to look for

This is the code behind for this particular button:
// move data from hk to orders
 

                    SqlCommand sqlHentvarer = new SqlCommand("select vare_id,cast(pris as numeric(10,2)),storrelse,antall from hk where session_id ='" + Session.SessionID + "'", sqlConn);
 

                    SqlDataReader rdrVarer = sqlHentvarer.ExecuteReader();
 

                    // make loop 
 

                    while (rdrVarer.Read())

                    {

                        // norwegian vs english configuration

 

                        string pris = rdrVarer["pris"].ToString().Replace(",0000", ".00");

                        
 

                        SqlCommand sqlSettinnOrdre = new SqlCommand("insert into ordrelinjer (ordre_id,vare_id,pris,storrelse,antall) values ("

                                                                + OrdreID + "," + rdrVarer["vare_id"] + "," + pris

                                                                + "," + rdrVarer["storrelse"] + rdrVarer["antall"] + ")", sqlConn);
 

                        sqlSettinnOrdre.ExecuteNonQuery();
 
 

                    }

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Question by:Raggdog
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by:Solar_Flare
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it looks as though the database the server uses does not have the "pris" column.

are you connecting to the exact same database on your development machine and server?
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by:Raggdog
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yes... it is the exact same
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by:Raggdog
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I use the same database both on the server and localhost.
Why is there this works on localmachine - all orders are placed - and not on the server...?

Please people...
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by:horusmx
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Hi girl, can you put more details, your stack trace for instance?
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anuragal earned 500 total points
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Hi

Try mofify the query in your command statement

cast(pris as numeric(10,2)),

to this

cast(pris as numeric(10,2)) As pris,

Hope it works.

Anurag
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by:Raggdog
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@anuragal, thank you...  
It works like a charm..


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