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Tinyint via odbc vb.net

Am trying to write value in a db where column type is byte which is odbc type of tinyint.i tried all methods i know but it wont write it.
here is the code that i have so if anyone would be kind to solve me this problem i would appreciate
tryed adding parameters but i don't know how to add them proper
if someone more experienced can change my modify my code to write this tinyint would be great
am using vb.net with vs2010.and am using odbc drivers
Dim oCon As Odbc.OdbcConnection
        Dim cmd As New OdbcCommand
        Dim oPath As String
        oPath = Application.StartupPath
Dim format As Integer = txtvrijednosttest.Text
            Dim kolona As String = "USER"
            oCon = New Odbc.OdbcConnection
            oCon.ConnectionString = "Driver={Topspeed ODBC Driver};Dbq=" & oPath & "\Formati.tps\!;Datefield=MyDateField;|MyOtherDateField;TimeField=MyTimeField|MyOtherTimeField;"
            cmd.CommandText = "INSERT INTO UNNAMED (" & kolona & ") VALUES (format)"
            cmd.Connection = oCon
            oCon.Open()
            cmd.ExecuteNonQuery()
            cmd.Dispose()
            oCon.Close()
            oCon.Dispose()

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Luis PérezSoftware Architect in .NetCommented:
In your string
cmd.CommandText = "INSERT INTO UNNAMED (" & kolona & ") VALUES (format)"
You must write
cmd.CommandText = "INSERT INTO UNNAMED (" & kolona & ") VALUES (" & format & ")"

Try this. Hope that helps.

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LaserAdminAuthor Commented:
tryed but same

need to tell odbc somehow that its tinyint type need that parameter thing
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Luis PérezSoftware Architect in .NetCommented:
Do you get some exception, some error message?
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Pratima PharandeCommented:
try boolean value

  Dim blval As Boolean
        blval = True
 cmd.CommandText = "INSERT INTO UNNAMED (" & kolona & ") VALUES (" blval ")"

or Int16
  Dim blval As Int16
        blval = 1
 cmd.CommandText = "INSERT INTO UNNAMED (" & kolona & ") VALUES (" blval ")"
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LaserAdminAuthor Commented:
lexical element not found <identifier>
odbc driver is topspeed odbc since amsaving to tps db but their odbc is same as standard odbc so strictly stating to it that its tinyint would should work i think
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LaserAdminAuthor Commented:
Solved myself
clarion need $ along with column name to know that its byte type
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LaserAdminAuthor Commented:
working on solving this for like 1month and nobody manged to answer my question and after a while i figured myself so i chose my own answer as solution
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