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Classic ASP: Error When trying to insert values (scores) on a SQL database

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I have a admin page in which i want to enter the scores for a given Golfer and store this on a sql database .
When I enter the score for all 18 holes , it does it correctly, but when i choose front 9 or back 9 , it show me an error message.
<%

dim colorTee

dim showThis

if request("radTee")="" then 

%>

<script language=vbs>

 msgbox("Please Select an Option")

 history.go(-1)

</script>		

<%

end if

colorTee = mid(request("radTee"),1, len(request("radTee"))-2)

showThis = mid(request("radTee"), len(request("radTee"))-1, 2)

 

set rs = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")

sql = "SELECT * from CourseHoles WHERE CourseID = " & Cint(request("hidCourseID")) & "AND Difficulty = '" & colorTee & "'"

 

rs.Open sql, conSQL

if not rs.EOF then rs.movefirst

 

dim yardsOUT

dim yardsIN

dim totalYards

 

yardsOUT=0

yardsIN=0

yardsOUT = rs("h1") + rs("h2") + rs("h3") + rs("h4") + rs("h5") + rs("h6") + rs("h7") + rs("h8") + rs("h9")

yardsIN = rs("h10") + rs("h11") + rs("h12") + rs("h13") + rs("h14") + rs("h15") + rs("h16") + rs("h17") + rs("h18")

 

totalYards = yardsOUT + yardsIN 

 

set rs2 = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")

sql2 = "SELECT * from CourseHoles WHERE CourseID = " & Cint(request("hidCourseID")) & "AND Difficulty = 'Par'"

rs2.Open sql2, conSQL

if not rs2.EOF then rs2.movefirst

 

dim totalPar

totalPar = int(request("hidFrontPar")) + int(request("hidBackPar"))

 

%>

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by:rhodesb
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Do you get the errors when you run an 'INSERT' statement?  I don't see any INSERT statements in your code above.  If the error is occurring on an insert statement, then likely you are inserting black data into fields that are set to 'required' or something similar.  Change the properties of the fields that store the data for the back 9 to not be required fields and you won't have the error anymore.

Also, in order not to waste server resources, any objects that you create and/or open should be closed and/or destroyed when you are done using them as ASP does not have automatic garbage collection.  If you don't then the object will still be on the server once your page has output and the resources won't free up until they time out (usually 20 minutes).  So after you are finished using your recordset objects, they should be destroyed:
rs.close
set rs = nothing
rs2.close
set rs2 = nothing
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This is the full code where I get the error '80020009'


<% level="../../"%>

<!-- #include file="../logincheck.asp"-->

<!--#include file="../include/intialize.inc"-->

<!--include file="../include/connection.asp"-->

<!--#include file="../../../Connections/sqlConn1.asp" -->
 

<%

dim colorTee

dim showThis

if request("radTee")="" then 

%>

<script language=vbs>

 msgbox("Please Select an Option")

 history.go(-1)

</script>		

<%

end if

colorTee = mid(request("radTee"),1, len(request("radTee"))-2)

showThis = mid(request("radTee"), len(request("radTee"))-1, 2)
 

set rs = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")

sql = "SELECT * from CourseHoles WHERE CourseID = " & Cint(request("hidCourseID")) & "AND Difficulty = '" & colorTee & "'"
 

rs.Open sql, conSQL

if not rs.EOF then rs.movefirst
 

dim yardsOUT

dim yardsIN

dim totalYards
 

yardsOUT=0

yardsIN=0

yardsOUT = rs("h1") + rs("h2") + rs("h3") + rs("h4") + rs("h5") + rs("h6") + rs("h7") + rs("h8") + rs("h9")

yardsIN = rs("h10") + rs("h11") + rs("h12") + rs("h13") + rs("h14") + rs("h15") + rs("h16") + rs("h17") + rs("h18")
 

totalYards = yardsOUT + yardsIN 
 

set rs2 = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")

sql2 = "SELECT * from CourseHoles WHERE CourseID = " & Cint(request("hidCourseID")) & "AND Difficulty = 'Par'"

rs2.Open sql2, conSQL

if not rs2.EOF then rs2.movefirst
 

dim totalPar

totalPar = int(request("hidFrontPar")) + int(request("hidBackPar"))
 

%>
 

<html>

<head>

<title><%=PageTitle%></title>

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">

<link href="../style/style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">

</head>

<script language="VBScript">

	sub cmdBack_OnClick

		document.location = "viewScores.asp"

	end sub

</script>

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Does it give you a line number for the error?
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by:RickyGtz
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No, only
error '80020009'
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by:rhodesb
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Before I continue looking for something more difficult, fix the missing # sign on the include in line 4 just to make sure that isn't causing the problem.  I doubt that will fix it but just to be sure.
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by:RickyGtz
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oh thats just html commented old connection,
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by:rhodesb
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Right.  Sorry, I'm an idiot.
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I've looked carefully over your code and I see nothing apparently wrong with any of it.  Here is my next suggestion, which is a bit of pain but shouldn't take too long.
Comment out all of your ASP code starting on line 24.  Uncomment the lines 1 at a time, running the script after each time until you find the line that seems to cause the error.  This should help point us in the right place to look.
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by:RickyGtz
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apparently this lines are the ones are causing  the error:

yardsOUT = rs("h1") + rs("h2") + rs("h3") + rs("h4") + rs("h5") + rs("h6") + rs("h7") + rs("h8") + rs("h9")
yardsIN = rs("h10") + rs("h11") + rs("h12") + rs("h13") + rs("h14") + rs("h15") + rs("h16") + rs("h17") + rs("h18")
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You said before that the problem only occurs when 9 holes are entered and not 18.  Maybe the error is caused by trying to add null values to each other or by trying to add null values to a variable that is a numeric type (yardsIN and yardsOut would both be numeric because you set them both to be equal to zero).  Do a check to prevent adding null values and see if that helps.
If NOT isNull(rs("h1")) Then

   yardsOUT = rs("h1") + rs("h2") + ... + rs("h9")

End If

If NOT isNull(rs("h10")) Then

   yardsIN = rs("h10") + ... + rs("h18")

End If

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