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Hi Experts,

My sql calculation keeps giving me an error.

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server error '80040e14'

Invalid column name 'dreamID'.

/gmmcPub/dreamsReview.asp, line 62

I'm trying to figure out why I'm getting this error.
<%
Dim rsDreamsCalculate__MMColParam
rsDreamsCalculate__MMColParam = "1"
If (Session("MM_userID") <> "") Then 
  rsDreamsCalculate__MMColParam = Session("MM_userID")
End If
%>
<%
Dim rsDreamsCalculate
Dim rsDreamsCalculate_cmd
Dim rsDreamsCalculate_numRows
 
Set rsDreamsCalculate_cmd = Server.CreateObject ("ADODB.Command")
rsDreamsCalculate_cmd.ActiveConnection = MM_connGMMCdata_STRING
rsDreamsCalculate_cmd.CommandText = "SELECT dreamID, memberID, dreamDate, InHowManyMonths, HavingDream1, HavingDream2, HavingDream3,  HavingDream4, HavingDream5, BeingDream1, BeingDream1ToDo, BeingDream2, BeingDream2ToDo, BeingDream3, BeingDream3ToDo, BeingDream4, BeingDream4ToDo, BeingDream5, BeingDream5ToDo, DoingDream1, DoingDream2, DoingDream3, DoingDream4, DoingDream5, StepsNow, Tomorrow, NextDay, TMI, TDI, HavingDreamTotalCost, BeingDreamTotalCost, DoingDreamTotalCost, TotalDreamCost, COALESCE(HavingDream1Cost, 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream2Cost, 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream3Cost, 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream4Cost, 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream5Cost, 0)  as HavingDreams , COALESCE(BeingDream1Cost, 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream2Cost, 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream3Cost, 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream4Cost, 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream5Cost, 0) as BeingDreams , COALESCE(DoingDream1Cost, 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream2Cost, 0) +  COALESCE(DoingDream3Cost, 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream4Cost, 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream5Cost, 0) as DoingDreams --grandtotal=havingdreams+beingdreams+doingdreams FROM dbo.dreams WHERE memberID = ?" 
rsDreamsCalculate_cmd.Prepared = true
rsDreamsCalculate_cmd.Parameters.Append rsDreamsCalculate_cmd.CreateParameter("param1", 3, 1, -1, rsDreamsCalculate__MMColParam) ' adInteger
 
Set rsDreamsCalculate = rsDreamsCalculate_cmd.Execute
rsDreamsCalculate_numRows = 0
%>

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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
ID: 24346874
seems like the table 'Dreams' doesnt contain the column 'DreamID'. it may be mispelled
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by:RiteshShah
ID: 24346894
yes, DremaID is either mispelled or not exists in table "Dream", can you double check it once?
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by:GMMC_man
ID: 24347946
I've checked and checked. dreamID is how the field is spelled. It is an auto increment id integer.
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by:RiteshShah
ID: 24348298
hhmmmm, I gotcha....... try below in your code.
"SELECT dreamID, memberID, dreamDate, InHowManyMonths, HavingDream1, HavingDream2, HavingDream3,  HavingDream4, HavingDream5, BeingDream1, BeingDream1ToDo, BeingDream2, BeingDream2ToDo, BeingDream3, BeingDream3ToDo, BeingDream4, BeingDream4ToDo, BeingDream5, BeingDream5ToDo, DoingDream1, DoingDream2, DoingDream3, DoingDream4, DoingDream5, StepsNow, Tomorrow, NextDay, TMI, TDI, HavingDreamTotalCost, BeingDreamTotalCost, DoingDreamTotalCost, TotalDreamCost, COALESCE(HavingDream1Cost, 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream2Cost, 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream3Cost, 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream4Cost, 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream5Cost, 0)  as HavingDreams , COALESCE(BeingDream1Cost, 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream2Cost, 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream3Cost, 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream4Cost, 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream5Cost, 0) as BeingDreams , COALESCE(DoingDream1Cost, 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream2Cost, 0) +  COALESCE(DoingDream3Cost, 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream4Cost, 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream5Cost, 0) as DoingDreams --grandtotal=havingdreams+beingdreams+doingdreams FROM dbo.dreams WHERE memberID = ?" 

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by:RiteshShah
ID: 24348307
sorry, use this one.  typo in above.
"SELECT dreamID, memberID, dreamDate, InHowManyMonths, HavingDream1, HavingDream2, HavingDream3,  HavingDream4, HavingDream5, BeingDream1, BeingDream1ToDo, BeingDream2, BeingDream2ToDo, BeingDream3, BeingDream3ToDo, BeingDream4, BeingDream4ToDo, BeingDream5, BeingDream5ToDo, DoingDream1, DoingDream2, DoingDream3, DoingDream4, DoingDream5, StepsNow, Tomorrow, NextDay, TMI, TDI, HavingDreamTotalCost, BeingDreamTotalCost, DoingDreamTotalCost, TotalDreamCost, COALESCE(HavingDream1Cost, 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream2Cost, 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream3Cost, 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream4Cost, 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream5Cost, 0)  as HavingDreams , COALESCE(BeingDream1Cost, 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream2Cost, 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream3Cost, 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream4Cost, 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream5Cost, 0) as BeingDreams , COALESCE(DoingDream1Cost, 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream2Cost, 0) +  COALESCE(DoingDream3Cost, 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream4Cost, 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream5Cost, 0) as DoingDreams, grandtotal=havingdreams+beingdreams+doingdreams FROM dbo.dreams WHERE memberID = ?" 

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by:GMMC_man
ID: 24348372
Now getting error - Invalid column name 'havingdreams'.
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by:RiteshShah
ID: 24348375
can you show me your table structure? do you have "havingdreams' column?
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by:GMMC_man
ID: 24348399
no havingdreams is created in sql query
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by:RiteshShah
ID: 24348402
try this.
SELECT 
dreamID, 
memberID, 
dreamDate, 
InHowManyMonths, 
HavingDream1, 
HavingDream2, 
HavingDream3,  
HavingDream4, 
HavingDream5, 
BeingDream1, 
BeingDream1ToDo, 
BeingDream2, 
BeingDream2ToDo, 
BeingDream3, 
BeingDream3ToDo, 
BeingDream4, 
BeingDream4ToDo, 
BeingDream5, 
BeingDream5ToDo, 
DoingDream1, 
DoingDream2, 
DoingDream3, 
DoingDream4, 
DoingDream5, 
StepsNow, 
Tomorrow, 
NextDay, 
TMI, 
TDI, 
COALESCE(HavingDream1 , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream2 , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream3 , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream4 , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream5 , 0)  as HavingDreamsTotal , 
 
COALESCE(BeingDream1 , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream2 , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream3 , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream4 , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream5 , 0) as BeingDreamsTotal , 
 
COALESCE(DoingDream1 , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream2 , 0) +  COALESCE(DoingDream3 , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream4 , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream5 , 0) as DoingDreamsTotal,
 
grandtotal=HavingDreamsTotal+BeingDreamsTotal+DoingDreamsTotal FROM dbo.dreams WHERE memberID = ?

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by:GMMC_man
ID: 24348693
Still getting error
Invalid column name 'HavingDreamsTotal'.

I removed grandtotal line and got this error
Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server error '80040e07'

Conversion failed when converting the varchar value 'A fully functional church' to data type int.

/gmmcPub/dreamsReview.asp, line 64
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RiteshShah earned 1600 total points
ID: 24348702
in your original logic, you were trying to total something but you might not have numeric value in the fields you are making total rather it has value in string like 'A gully functional church' so it can't be use with addition or subtraction etc. have a look at this.
SELECT 
dreamID, 
memberID, 
dreamDate, 
InHowManyMonths, 
HavingDream1, 
HavingDream2, 
HavingDream3,  
HavingDream4, 
HavingDream5, 
BeingDream1, 
BeingDream1ToDo, 
BeingDream2, 
BeingDream2ToDo, 
BeingDream3, 
BeingDream3ToDo, 
BeingDream4, 
BeingDream4ToDo, 
BeingDream5, 
BeingDream5ToDo, 
DoingDream1, 
DoingDream2, 
DoingDream3, 
DoingDream4, 
DoingDream5, 
StepsNow, 
Tomorrow, 
NextDay, 
TMI, 
TDI 
FROM dbo.dreams WHERE memberID = ?

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by:satheeshm
ID: 24349256
Hi,

Can you please post your table structure.

Thanks,
Satheesh M
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by:dzex13
dzex13 earned 400 total points
ID: 24349344
--grandtotal=havingdreams+beingdreams+doingdreams

Replace This string by:

COALESCE(HavingDream1 , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream2 , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream3 , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream4 , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream5 , 0)  +
COALESCE(BeingDream1 , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream2 , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream3 , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream4 , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream5 , 0) +
COALESCE(DoingDream1 , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream2 , 0) +  COALESCE(DoingDream3 , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream4 , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream5 , 0) as GrandTotal

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by:GMMC_man
ID: 24349628
That worked - Thanks.

Here's the final code. I was calculating text fields which was throwing an error. After adding Cost to each dream it worked fine. Thanks.

SELECT dreamID, memberID, dreamDate, InHowManyMonths, HavingDream1, HavingDream2, HavingDream3,  HavingDream4, HavingDream5, BeingDream1, BeingDream1ToDo, BeingDream2, BeingDream2ToDo, BeingDream3, BeingDream3ToDo, BeingDream4, BeingDream4ToDo, BeingDream5, BeingDream5ToDo, DoingDream1, DoingDream2, DoingDream3, DoingDream4, DoingDream5, StepsNow, Tomorrow, NextDay, TMI, TDI, COALESCE(HavingDream1Cost , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream2Cost , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream3Cost , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream4Cost , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream5Cost , 0)  as HavingDreamsTotal , COALESCE(BeingDream1Cost , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream2Cost , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream3Cost , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream4Cost , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream5Cost , 0) as BeingDreamsTotal , COALESCE(DoingDream1Cost , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream2Cost , 0) +  COALESCE(DoingDream3Cost , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream4Cost , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream5Cost , 0) as DoingDreamsTotal, COALESCE(HavingDream1Cost , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream2Cost , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream3Cost , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream4Cost , 0) + COALESCE(HavingDream5Cost , 0)  + COALESCE(BeingDream1Cost , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream2Cost , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream3Cost , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream4Cost , 0) + COALESCE(BeingDream5Cost , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream1Cost , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream2Cost , 0) +  COALESCE(DoingDream3Cost , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream4Cost , 0) + COALESCE(DoingDream5Cost , 0) as GrandTotal FROM dbo.dreams WHERE memberID = ?
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