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i have something like 100.50

i declare it using
public static decimal calculated_sub_total = 0.00M;

i still get 'input string is not in the correct format'.
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by:Kevin Cross
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What is the code where you are passing the input string to the decimal variable?  What is the piece of code you are getting the error from?
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when the calculated sub_total total ups and it is 100.00,
but when the calculated sub_total total ups and it is 100.50 and insert into table , it says 'input string was not in correct format'.

 SQL Server sub_total is in numeric (18,2)
public static decimal calculated_sub_total = 0.00M;
 

SqlCommand sqlcmd_insert_into_oneuSO = sqlsourceconnextract.CreateCommand();

                                        sqlcmd_insert_into_oneuSO.CommandText = "USE " + txtSourceDatabase.Text + "; INSERT INTO dbo.ONEU_Sales_Order (sale_id, sale_order_no, sale_order_invoice, sale_datetime, sale_status, sub_total, discount_percent, discount_amount, tax_percent, tax_amount, service_charge_percent, service_charge_amount, grand_total, line_type, chg_type, whse_code, upload_status) " +

                                    " VALUES ('" + generated_saleid + "', NULL, NULL, '" + Convert.ToDateTime(dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_date_stamp"])

                                    + "', '11', " + calculated_sub_total + ", 0, " + dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_line_amount"].ToString() + ", 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, '', '', '', 0)";

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Maybe it is precision issue, try like this:
public static decimal calculated_sub_total = 0.00M;

 

SqlCommand sqlcmd_insert_into_oneuSO = sqlsourceconnextract.CreateCommand();

                                        sqlcmd_insert_into_oneuSO.CommandText = "USE " + txtSourceDatabase.Text + "; INSERT INTO dbo.ONEU_Sales_Order (sale_id, sale_order_no, sale_order_invoice, sale_datetime, sale_status, sub_total, discount_percent, discount_amount, tax_percent, tax_amount, service_charge_percent, service_charge_amount, grand_total, line_type, chg_type, whse_code, upload_status) " +

                                    " VALUES ('" + generated_saleid + "', NULL, NULL, '" + Convert.ToDateTime(dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_date_stamp"])

                                    + "', '11', " + (double)calculated_sub_total + ", 0, " + dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_line_amount"].ToString() + ", 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, '', '', '', 0)";

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by:RiteshShah
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try using this:

dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_date_stamp"].ToString()


rather than

dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_date_stamp"]
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by:doramail05
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the (double)calculated_subtotal  still aint work
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by:RiteshShah
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ok than do one thing. comment your SQLCommand code right now, execute below code which will print Insert statement. show it to me and also show me your Create Table script for table dbo.ONEU_Sales_Order.


string strSQL;

        strSQL = "USE " + txtSourceDatabase.Text + "; INSERT INTO dbo.ONEU_Sales_Order (sale_id, sale_order_no, sale_order_invoice,";

        strSQL=strSQL + " sale_datetime, sale_status, sub_total, discount_percent, discount_amount, tax_percent, tax_amount, ";

        strSQL = strSQL + " service_charge_percent, service_charge_amount, grand_total, line_type, chg_type, whse_code, upload_status) ";

        strSQL = strSQL + " VALUES ('" + generated_saleid + "', NULL, NULL, '";

        strSQL = strSQL + Convert.ToDateTime(dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_date_stamp"]);

        strSQL = strSQL + " ', '11', " + (double)calculated_sub_total + ", 0, ";

        strSQL=strSQL + dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_line_amount"].ToString() + ", 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, '', '', '', 0)";

        Response.Write(strSQL);

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one wild guess, this may work, try this one too:



public static decimal calculated_sub_total = 0.00M;

 

SqlCommand sqlcmd_insert_into_oneuSO = sqlsourceconnextract.CreateCommand();

                                        sqlcmd_insert_into_oneuSO.CommandText = "USE " + txtSourceDatabase.Text + "; INSERT INTO dbo.ONEU_Sales_Order (sale_id, sale_order_no, sale_order_invoice, sale_datetime, sale_status, sub_total, discount_percent, discount_amount, tax_percent, tax_amount, service_charge_percent, service_charge_amount, grand_total, line_type, chg_type, whse_code, upload_status) " +

                                    " VALUES ('" + generated_saleid + "', NULL, NULL, '" + Convert.ToDateTime(dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_date_stamp"])

                                    + "', '11', " + Convert.ToString(calculated_sub_total) + ", 0, " + dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_line_amount"].ToString() + ", 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, '', '', '', 0)";

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by:doramail05
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cannot work

i think decimal cannot accept string

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show me insert string and create table script
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by:doramail05
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the sub total is changed to decimal in design mode.

the 'response' keyword does not apply, i copy and paste from the html visualiser.

i tried the date time convert.toDatetime(... .ToString()) but got the same error 'input format.. ";

notice that the previous record did insert into table , like 0.00, once it has 0.50 ,  that does not insert
USE [RetailDB]

GO

/****** Object:  Table [dbo].[ONEU_Sales_Order]    Script Date: 07/14/2009 09:45:48 ******/

SET ANSI_NULLS ON

GO

SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON

GO

SET ANSI_PADDING ON

GO

CREATE TABLE [dbo].[ONEU_Sales_Order](

	[sale_id] [nvarchar](50) NOT NULL,

	[sale_order_no] [varchar](max) NULL,

	[sale_order_invoice] [varchar](max) NULL,

	[sale_datetime] [datetime] NOT NULL,

	[sale_status] [nvarchar](max) NOT NULL,

	[sub_total] [money] NOT NULL,

	[discount_percent] [float] NULL,

	[discount_amount] [money] NULL,

	[tax_percent] [float] NULL,

	[tax_amount] [money] NULL,

	[service_charge_percent] [float] NULL,

	[service_charge_amount] [money] NULL,

	[grand_total] [money] NOT NULL,

	[line_type] [varchar](max) NULL,

	[chg_type] [varchar](max) NULL,

	[whse_code] [varchar](max) NULL,

	[upload_status] [int] NULL,

 CONSTRAINT [PK_1U_Sales_Order] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 

(

	[sale_id] ASC

)WITH (PAD_INDEX  = OFF, STATISTICS_NORECOMPUTE  = OFF, IGNORE_DUP_KEY = OFF, ALLOW_ROW_LOCKS  = ON, ALLOW_PAGE_LOCKS  = ON) ON [PRIMARY]

) ON [PRIMARY]
 

GO

SET ANSI_PADDING OFF
 
 

USE RetailDB; INSERT INTO dbo.ONEU_Sales_Order (sale_id, sale_order_no, sale_order_invoice, sale_datetime, sale_status, sub_total, discount_percent, discount_amount, tax_percent, tax_amount, service_charge_percent, service_charge_amount, grand_total, line_type, chg_type, whse_code, upload_status) VALUES ('SO53000000000002', NULL, NULL, '

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I can't see complete INSERT statement,
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by:doramail05
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i write from msgbox, hope that declare

one thing is that i have 'money' in discount_amount, but i put it as
dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_line_amount"].ToString()
it write to the field as 5530.0000 .

USE RetailDB; INSERT INTO dbo.ONEU_Sales_Order(sale_id, sale_order_no, sale_order_invoice, sale_datetime, sale_status, sub_total, discount_percent, discount amount, tax_percent, tax_amount, service_charge_amount, grand_total, line_type, chg_type, whse_code, upload_status) VALUES ('SO5300000000002', NULL, NULL, '10/22/2008 :12:00:00 AM', '11', 649, 0, 649, 0, 0 , 0, 0, 0 , ' ', ' ', ' ', 0)
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previously it wrote 11 rows,

now below only wrote 1 row.
 SqlCommand sqlcmd_insert_into_oneuSO = sqlsourceconnextract.CreateCommand();

                                                    sqlcmd_insert_into_oneuSO.CommandText = "USE " + txtSourceDatabase.Text + "; INSERT INTO dbo.ONEU_Sales_Order (sale_id, sale_order_no, sale_order_invoice, sale_datetime, sale_status, sub_total, discount_percent, discount_amount, tax_percent, tax_amount, service_charge_percent, service_charge_amount, grand_total, line_type, chg_type, whse_code, upload_status) " +

                                                " VALUES ('" + generated_saleid + "', NULL, NULL, '" + Convert.ToDateTime(dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_date_stamp"])

                                                + "', '11', " + Convert.ToString(calculated_sub_total) + ", 0, " + dsselectSOLfields.Tables[0].Rows[m]["sol_line_amount"].ToString() + ", 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, '', '', '', 0)";

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if you see your select statement given above, I found three mistakes,

1.) "_" missing in Discount_amount field
2.) one more field in VALUES clause
3.) wrong date format, ":" before 12 is wrong.

if you correct these three mistakes, you will be able to insert records as I did just now.


have a look



INSERT INTO dbo.ONEU_Sales_Order(
 

sale_id, 

sale_order_no, 

sale_order_invoice, 

sale_datetime, 

sale_status, 

sub_total, 

discount_percent, 

discount_amount, --you were MISSING _ sign here

tax_percent, 

tax_amount, 

service_charge_amount, 

grand_total, 

line_type, 

chg_type, 

whse_code, 

upload_status
 

) VALUES (
 

'SO5300000000002', 

NULL, 

NULL, 

'10/22/2008 12:00:00 AM', 

'11', 

649, 

0, 

649, 

0, 

0 , 

0, 

0, 

0 , 

' ', 

' ', 

0

) 

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3.) wrong date format, ":" before 12 is wrong.

10/22/2008 is the default date format in sql server i think, that's US time,

how should the date format be and the code's one?
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by:Kevin Cross
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The colon itself is wrong.

'10/22/2008 :12:00:00 AM'

Should be:

'10/22/2008 12:00:00 AM'
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by:RiteshShah
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you can see proper date in my insert script I have provided, that is completely working script, I have inserted record.
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by:doramail05
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i prepost the comment earlier and wondering it didnt get thru, i post again for my findings

i firstly changed the data type of datetime to varchar(max), then pass in NULL in code
still it has the same error 'input string was not in correct format'

secondly, i replaces all money and float to varchar(max), then pass in same all NULL, still getting

then finally, i left sale_id only and all varchar(max) NULL.. still getting error and only write in 1 line into the table..  
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can you run query in SSMS directly?
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by:doramail05
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i think it will work, in another 12 hours i will be in the office
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if it is working from SSMS than it has no reason to not work from .NET. I tried the query I gave you and it is working with the table you gave above.
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