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ExecuteNonQuery() MS Access

Posted on 2010-08-30
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VS 2005 / VB.Net
Simple Insert Query.

Using Execute Non Query -


I am not able to insert a simple query.

Table has only two columns ( StatesId which is AutoNumber and StateShortName which is Text DataType ).

Dim myOleCommand As OleDbCommand
Dim myConn As New OleDbConnection("C:\Enrollment Form\EnrollmentApp\EnrollmentApp\EnrollmentDB.mdb")

myConn.Open()
Dim strCommand As String
strCommand = "Insert into tmpStates (StateShortName) values('Chokka')"
myOleCommand = New OleDbCommand(strCommand, myConn)
myOleCommand.ExecuteNonQuery()
myConn.Close()

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by:Dhaest
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Do you get any errors ?

try
   myConn.Open()
   Dim strCommand As String
   strCommand = "Insert into tmpStates (StateShortName) values('Chokka')"
   myOleCommand = New OleDbCommand(strCommand, myConn)
   myOleCommand.ExecuteNonQuery()
   myConn.Close()
catch ex as Exception

end try
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by:chokka
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No, I am not getting any errors
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by:chokka
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I am not getting any errors and Insertion is not happeing ..
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by:chokka
ID: 33558753
Once i closed the app and opened again, i am getting errors as follows

{"Format of the initialization string does not conform to specification starting at index 0."}
{"Format of the initialization string does not conform to specification starting at index 0."}

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Try the following (I think that there is something wrong with your connectionstring. I think you should get an error on that !

Dim myOleCommand As OleDbCommand
Dim myConn As New OleDbConnection("Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Enrollment Form\EnrollmentApp\EnrollmentApp\EnrollmentDB.mdb;User Id=admin;Password=;)
try
   myConn.Open()
   Dim strCommand As String
   strCommand = "Insert into tmpStates (StateShortName) values('Chokka')"
   myOleCommand = New OleDbCommand(strCommand, myConn)
   myOleCommand.ExecuteNonQuery()
   myConn.Close()
catch ex as Exception

end try
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by:chokka
ID: 33559055
Thanks Dhaest:

It works ..!

Now, i need to move this connection string to App.Config file ..!

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