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Exception Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Procedure or function spBSCTROPQuestionSequenceUpdate has too many arguments specified.

Here is how I got it.
  1. Create a stored procedure for selection  and another to update one column, using primary key
  2. Use a SqlDataSource referencing these two stored procedures
  3. Add a Gridview with DataSourceID = SqlDataSource ID
  4. Add a button to Gridview for Edit/Update
  5. Run web page, Click Edit, then Update!
  6. Gets SqlDataException: Procedure or function spBSCTROPQuestionSequenceUpdate has too many arguments specified.

Goal is to do update using stored procedure.
Any ideas?
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Question by:brotherbill999
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Can you post the stored procedure?
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by:brotherbill999
ID: 22689046
Found solution...
The key is in the GridView_RowUpdating Event to Clear the values, then enter those just needed for the stored procedure.

ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[spUpdate]
      @id     AS int,
      @seq AS smallint
   AS
   UPDATE BSCTROP_Questions
      SET
          Sequence = @sequence
      WHERE
           ID = @id

Found Solution...
    Protected Sub gvQuestions_RowUpdating(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.GridViewUpdateEventArgs) Handles gvQuestions.RowUpdating
        Dim id As Integer = e.Keys.Item("ID")
        Dim sequenceNew As Int16 = e.NewValues()("Sequence")

        e.NewValues.Clear()
        e.NewValues()("id") = id
        e.NewValues()("sequence") = sequenceNew
    End Sub

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