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Can't use recordset .AddNew and rs.State raise error: Operation is not allowed in this context. ?

Posted on 2008-11-03
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Hi,
The first trouble is IIS doesn't dislay script language error msg with which line raised error ?
And next.
I dun't know why last time this code worked with MS SQL 2008 Enterprise. But i changed to 2005 Express than everything dump.
For below code why :
- I got no error but addnew doesn't effect
- This code was worked last time with SQL 2008 Ent ???
And ... this code will raise error at rs.State of Class_Terminate of clsProduct (please ref in file)

Please help me to solve addnew that i can insert to databse.

Thank you
Public Function AddNew (objProduct)			

'			On Error Resume Next

			p_ErrorMsg = ""				

			

			If IsObject(objProduct)  Then

				' --------------- Validating ---------------

				p_ErrorMsg = objProduct.ErrorMsg

				' --------------- Validating ---------------																

			End If

			

			If p_ErrorMsg = "" Then ' Everything is OK 

				rs.Open "eshop_products", objConn, adOpenKeyset, adLockOptimistic, adCmdTable

				If rs.State = adStateOpen Then

					rs.AddNew							

						rs("product_name") = CStr(objProduct.ProductName)

						rs("category_id") = CInt(objProduct.Category.CategoryID)

						If HaveValue(objProduct.Colour) Then rs("product_colour") = CStr(objProduct.Colour)

						If HaveValue(objProduct.Image) Then rs("product_image") = CStr(objProduct.Image)

						rs("product_price") = CInt(objProduct.Price)

						If HaveValue(objProduct.SalePrice) Then rs("product_saleprice") = CInt(objProduct.SalePrice)

						If HaveValue(objProduct.ProductDescription) Then rs("product_description") = CStr(objProduct.ProductDescription)

						rs("product_featured") = CBool(objProduct.Featured)			

					rs.Update

					If rs("product_id") <> 0 Then ' OK					

						AddNew = rs("product_id")

					Else

						p_ErrorMsg = " Can't Add new Product. Something wrong"

					End If				

				End If				

			End If

			If rs.State = adStateOpen Then rs.Close

			If Err.Number > 0 Then p_ErrorMsg = Err.Description	

		End Function

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by:graye
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Put an "else" clause in there to record what's going on if the rs.Open fails.
Did you remember to add "\SQLEXPRESS" to the end of the server name in the connection string?
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by:BrendaMcMahon
ID: 22867951
My conn below.

And i'm sure that rs.Open is ok because i tried to use response.write (something) inside adStateOpen and it's work.



strConn = "Provider=SQLOLEDB;Persist Security Info=False;Data Source=MONSTER\SQLEXPRESS;Initial Catalog=eshop;User Id=sa;"

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by:graye
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I'd check it anyway.... if the connection failed, then you wouldn't get any error message and the insert wouldn't run (which sounds a lot like what you've described)
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by:BrendaMcMahon
ID: 22872251
Thank you,
But ... the problem still over there. I dont know why the Class_Terminate raised while i'm still not destroy the object.

Here is my used code to test AddNew.

The event Class_Terminate raised right after call AddNew without nothing ???

And these code was worked with SQL Server 2008 Ent, only raise error with SQL 2005 !!!
<% Option Explicit %>
 

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

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

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

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

<%

Dim objProduct

Set objProduct = New clsProduct

Dim objProducts

Set objProducts = New clsProducts
 

With objProduct

	.ProductName = "316ti SE 3dr"

	.Price = 5457

	.Category.CategoryID = 2

	.ProductID = 9	

End With

response.Write(objProducts.AddNew (objProduct))

response.Write(objProducts.ErrorMsg)

%>

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graye earned 500 total points
ID: 22872564
Well, let's try this to begin with....

Inside your Class_Terminate do something like this:

if rs Is Nothing then
....
end If
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by:BrendaMcMahon
ID: 22873239
1. Thank you. I almost found what's wrong. It's by rs with wrong field name.
And because in database file have On Error Resume so system doesn't raise error.
2. Anyways, thank you for give me idea with check on rs for each case.

So i close this question and give points for you.
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by:BrendaMcMahon
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Thank you for fast and nice help
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