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VB code accessing Lotus/Domino and pastes into SQL fails at 244 records

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The error I'm getting is:
"[Lotus][ODBC LotusNotes]Data value is not a valid date, time or timestamp"

When I remove the two records that appear to be the problem it does fine.  When those two are still gone and I add a new record, it goes back to the error.  So then I removed the two bad ones, copy 2 that I saw had successfully inserted into SQL and pasted them in the Domino database and it still gives me that error.

That's making me think that it's just stopping at 244 rather than record data being bad?  I know that max query results by default in Notes are 250 and there is no max results type of wording in my connection string so that may be the issue but I'm not sure how to word that.

Any ideas would be great!
Private Sub GetLicensingNotes_Click()
 
Dim connNotes As ADODB.Connection
Dim connSQL As ADODB.Connection
Dim rsSQL As ADODB.Recordset
Dim rsNotes As ADODB.Recordset
Dim count, j As Integer
Dim tmpSQL As String
 
count = 0
j = 0
 
'connect to the CPAS SQL Database
Set connSQL = New ADODB.Connection
connSQL.ConnectionString = "Provider=SQLOLEDB.1;Integrated Security=SSPI;Persist Security Info=False;Initial Catalog=CPAS;Data Source=VFRASER\SQLEXPRESS"
connSQL.Open
 
'connect to the Lotus Notes database
Set connNotes = New ADODB.Connection
connNotes.ConnectionString = "Provider=MSDASQL.1;Persist Security Info=False;Data Source=DominoCPASLicense34;Mode=ReadWrite"
connNotes.Open
 
'set the SQL recordset & make sure it can be added to
Set rsSQL = New ADODB.Recordset
rsSQL.CursorLocation = adUseServer
rsSQL.Open "SELECT * FROM Licensing", connSQL, adOpenDynamic, adLockOptimistic
 
'get the Notes table so that it can be looped thru and added to the SQL table
Set rsNotes = New ADODB.Recordset
rsNotes.CursorLocation = adUseServer
Set rsNotes = connNotes.Execute("SELECT * FROM Licensing_Profile")
 
 
While Not rsNotes.EOF 'I never could get this to recognize the EOF on my Notes so had to hard code a stop using count
'fill in the fields
count = count + 1 'count how many records have been processed
    With rsSQL
        .AddNew
        !CompanyNo = rsNotes.Fields("CompanyNo").Value
        !CompanyName = rsNotes.Fields("Name").Value
        !Contact = rsNotes.Fields("Contact").Value
        !Address1 = rsNotes.Fields("Address1").Value
        !Address2 = rsNotes.Fields("Address2").Value
        !City = rsNotes.Fields("City").Value
        !State = rsNotes.Fields("State").Value
        !Zip = rsNotes.Fields("Zip").Value
        !WorkPhone = rsNotes.Fields("Phone").Value
        !FaxNumber = rsNotes.Fields("Fax").Value
        !EmailNo = rsNotes.Fields("EmailNo").Value
        !PrimaryWebsite = rsNotes.Fields("WebSite").Value
        !LicenseType = rsNotes.Fields("LicenseType").Value
        !StatusOfLicenseProfile = rsNotes.Fields("Status").Value
        !OfficeDaysHours = rsNotes.Fields("OfficeDaysHours").Value
        !LicenseLookup = rsNotes.Fields("YorN").Value
        !LicenseLookupURL = rsNotes.Fields("WebSite_1").Value
        !LicenseDuration = rsNotes.Fields("RenewalTime").Value
        !WorkWLicInProgress = rsNotes.Fields("LicenseProcess").Value
        !CostAllLicenses = rsNotes.Fields("Fees").Value
        !TempLicenseAvailable = rsNotes.Fields("TempLicense").Value
        !TimeToGetLicense = rsNotes.Fields("Time").Value
        !TimeToGetTempLicense = rsNotes.Fields("TempTime").Value
        !MethodsAcceptablePayment = rsNotes.Fields("Payment").Value
        !VerificationFees = rsNotes.Fields("Data1").Value
        !ApplicationAvailableOnWebsite = rsNotes.Fields("YorN2").Value
        !LicenseNecessary = rsNotes.Fields("NeededLicense").Value
        !DetailedInformation = rsNotes.Fields("DetailedInfo").Value
        !ApplicationAttachment = rsNotes.Fields("Comments").Value
        !RenewalForm = rsNotes.Fields("YorN_1").Value
        !TimeToGetRenewalLicense = rsNotes.Fields("Time_1").Value
        !RenewalFormLink = rsNotes.Fields("WebSite_1_1").Value
        !CostOfRenewalLicense = rsNotes.Fields("Fees_1").Value
        !MethodsAcceptablePaymentRen = rsNotes.Fields("Payment_1").Value
        !RenewalComments = rsNotes.Fields("comments_1").Value
        !PostingStatus = rsNotes.Fields("NSPub").Value
        !DescriptionUserSeesForMainWebsiteLink = rsNotes.Fields("txtMainWebsite").Value
        !MainWebsiteLink = rsNotes.Fields("lnkMainWebsite").Value
        !DescriptionUserSeesRenewalLink = rsNotes.Fields("txtWebsite2").Value
        !RenewalWebsiteLink = rsNotes.Fields("lnkWebsite2").Value
        .Update
        rsSQL.MoveNext
    End With
 
 
'I have to figure out why Lotus can't realize it is at the end of the recordset ...
If count < 244 Then
    rsNotes.MoveNext            'this gives me the error "[Lotus][ODBC LotusNotes]Data value is not a valid date, time or timestamp"
Else
    Stop
    GoTo Done
End If
 
Wend
 
Done:
 
MsgBox "Licensing is now populated", vbOKOnly, "Process Complete"
 
rsNotes.Close
rsSQL.Close
connSQL.Close
connNotes.Close
Set rsSQL = Nothing
Set rsNotes = Nothing
Set connSQL = Nothing
Set connNotes = Nothing
 
End Sub

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by:VanessaTamora
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Playing with my Domino database, it turns out my VB always crashes two record short of the number that are actually in the database.  I removed a bunch of records so that I only had 106 records and it crashed on record 104 ... tested it with many variations and it always crashes 2 short of the end???
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Sjef Bosman earned 500 total points
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I couldn't find any reference to the max query results you mention. See this for some lilitations:
http://www-12.lotus.com/ldd/doc/notessql/3.0.2c/notessql.nsf/37bd54e7ec83e261852561560064c53a/ee0e18c1e575505c85256cf4006eb316?OpenDocument

If you are right, you could try to get rows  by blocks of 200, for instance, using LIMIT offset,rowcount

If there are still 2 rows missing, you might not have removed the problem document yet. Can you make a list of the rows you get with NotesSQL, and compare the results with the documents as displayed in the Notes view? And then inspect the documents that do not appear in NotesSQL, what are the differences?
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by:VanessaTamora
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You are right about not removing the problem.  I selected one field that I knew was populated for every record properly and it selected and inserted without issue.  T

Worked: Set rsNotes = connNotes.Execute("SELECT CompanyNo FROM Licensing_Profile")
I'll just add fields back into the working code a group at a time until I find the culprit.  (I had also remarked out all the corresponding insert statements which I'll leave that way until I get the above line working with out crashing).

Doesn't work: Set rsNotes = connNotes.Execute("SELECT * FROM Licensing_Profile")

To test it a little more, I copied all 246 documents so I had 492 documents and the altered "select" statement inserted perfectly.

Thanks!  I'm going to mark this as closed since it makes perfect sense and works like a charm with only 1 field thus proving out that the problem exists in one of the Notes fields.
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by:VanessaTamora
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Thanks for all your help!
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by:VanessaTamora
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By the way, it was my Lotus field named "Time" ... I probably should have looked for a reserved word field right off the bat!
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by:Sjef Bosman
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Time... Maybe there was one document with a field "Time" that didn't have date/time contents?? Because, after all, it worked on the other 244 documents. Anyway, glad you found it!
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