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System.Data.SQLite - Parameterised query won't work

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When I run the section of code below I get the error message "SQLite error Insufficient parameters supplied to the command"

Can anyone give me an indication of what I am doing wrong?
Private Sub test()
        Dim ConnectionString As String = "C:\Users\Des\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\QD-People\test1.dta"
       
        Dim cnn As New SQLite.SQLiteConnection()
        cnn.ConnectionString = "Data Source=" & ConnectionString & ";"
        Dim cmd As SQLite.SQLiteCommand
        cmd = cnn.CreateCommand
        Dim p1 As New SQLiteParameter("pTest")
        p1.Direction = ParameterDirection.Input
        p1.Value = #1/2/1948#
        cmd.Parameters.Add(p1)

        'cmd.CommandText = "INSERT INTO tblSessions (Connection, StartTime) VALUES ('" _
        ' & ConnectionString & "'," & "(@test)" & ");"

        cmd.CommandText = "INSERT INTO tblSessions (Connection, StartTime) VALUES " _
         & "('" _
         & ConnectionString _
         & "'," _
         & "(@test)" _
         & ");"

        MsgBox(cmd.CommandText)
        cnn.Open()
        cmd.ExecuteNonQuery()

        cmd.Dispose()
        cnn.Close()
        cnn.Dispose()
    End Sub

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Question by:Jedeye
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by:buraksarica
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You are setting parameter before setting CommandText, it may be about that. Also, your parameter name here

Dim p1 As New SQLiteParameter("pTest")

doesn't match with


 & "(@test)" _


here.

it may be about these.
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use $ not @

code snippet;
Private Sub ZeroIncomeDate()

        Dim dt As DateTime = DateTime.Now

        Dim ddate As String = dt.ToShortDateString()

        Dim ss As String = "select dtime from dincome where dtime=$xddate"

        Dim sc As New SQLiteCommand(ss, mycon)

        sc.Parameters.Add("$xddate", DbType.String).Value = ddate

        Dim sr As SQLiteDataReader = sc.ExecuteReader

        If Not sr.HasRows Then

            ss = "insert into dincome(dtime,dcash,dpaper)values" & _

            "(" & _

            "$xdtime,$xdcash,$xdpaper" & _

            ")"

            sc = New SQLiteCommand(ss, mycon)

            sc.Parameters.Add("$xdtime", DbType.String).Value = ddate

            sc.Parameters.Add("$xdcash", DbType.Decimal).Value = 0

            sc.Parameters.Add("$xdpaper", DbType.Decimal).Value = 0

            sc.ExecuteNonQuery()

            sc.Parameters.Clear()

            sr.Close()

            sc.Dispose()

        End If

    End Sub

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