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Stored Procedure issues with parameters

Posted on 2011-03-14
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I'm trying to execute the following stored procedure line (the stored procedure is below, too).  If I take out the last parameter (@CreditAppId) in my execute line, I get

"The formal parameter "@dcca_timeonjobmos" was not declared as an OUTPUT parameter, but the actual parameter passed in requested output."

If I leave it in (@CreditAppId) as it is below, I get

"Procedure or function spDCUsers_AddCreditApplication has too many arguments specified."

What am I doing wrong?  



Exec spDCUsers_AddCreditApplication @dcca_firstname,@dcca_middleinitial,@dcca_lastname,@dcca_ssn,@dcca_dob,@dcca_phonehome,@dcca_phonework,@dcca_email,@dcca_address1,@dcca_address2,@dcca_city,@dcca_state, @dcca_zip,@dcca_timeataddressyrs,@dcca_timeataddressmos,@dcca_typeofresidence,@dcca_typeofincome,@dcca_frequency,@dcca_grossamount, @dcca_rentpayment,@dcca_selfemployedorretired,@dcca_employer,@dcca_empaddress1,@dcca_empaddress2,@dcca_empcity,@dcca_empstate, @dcca_empzip, @dcca_empcountry,@dcca_occupation,@dcca_timeonjobyrs, @dcca_timeonjobmos, @CreditAppId OUTPUT

USE [myDB]
GO

SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO
ALTER PROCEDURE [spDCUsers_AddCreditApplication]
(

@dcca_firstname nvarchar(50),
@dcca_middleinitial nvarchar(1),
@dcca_lastname nvarchar(50),
@dcca_ssn nvarchar(11),
@dcca_dob nvarchar(10),
@dcca_phonehome nvarchar(20),
@dcca_phonework nvarchar(20),
@dcca_email nvarchar(75),
@dcca_address1 nvarchar(100),
@dcca_address2 nvarchar(100),
@dcca_city nvarchar(50),
@dcca_state nvarchar(2),
@dcca_zip nvarchar(10),
@dcca_timeataddressyrs nvarchar(2),
@dcca_timeataddressmos nvarchar(2),
@dcca_typeofresidence nvarchar(20),
@dcca_typeofincome nvarchar(30),
@dcca_frequency nvarchar(20),
@dcca_grossamount nvarchar(8),
@dcca_rentpayment nvarchar(10),
@dcca_selfemployedorretired nvarchar(15),
@dcca_employer nvarchar(100),
@dcca_empaddress1 nvarchar(50),
@dcca_empaddress2 nvarchar(50),
@dcca_empcity nvarchar(50),
@dcca_empstate nvarchar(2),
@dcca_empzip nvarchar(10),
@dcca_empcountry nvarchar(50),
@dcca_occupation nvarchar(75),
@dcca_timeonjobyrs nvarchar(2),
@dcca_timeonjobmos nvarchar(2)
)

AS
BEGIN

INSERT INTO [tblDCCreditApplication](
           
[dcca_firstname],
[dcca_middleinitial],
[dcca_lastname],
[dcca_ssn],
[dcca_dob],
[dcca_phonehome],
[dcca_phonework],
[dcca_email],
[dcca_address1], 
[dcca_address2],
[dcca_city],
[dcca_state],
[dcca_zip],
[dcca_timeataddressyrs],
[dcca_timeataddressmos],
[dcca_typeofresidence],
[dcca_typeofincome],
[dcca_frequency],
[dcca_grossamount], 
[dcca_rentpayment],
[dcca_selfemployedorretired],
[dcca_employer],
[dcca_empaddress1], 
[dcca_empaddress2],
[dcca_empcity],
[dcca_empstate],
[dcca_empzip],
[dcca_empcountry],
[dcca_occupation],
[dcca_timeonjobyrs], 
[dcca_timeonjobmos]
)

VALUES (
@dcca_firstname,
@dcca_middleinitial,
@dcca_lastname,
@dcca_ssn,
@dcca_dob,
@dcca_phonehome,
@dcca_phonework,
@dcca_email,
@dcca_address1,
@dcca_address2,
@dcca_city,
@dcca_state, 
@dcca_zip,
@dcca_timeataddressyrs,
@dcca_timeataddressmos,
@dcca_typeofresidence,
@dcca_typeofincome,
@dcca_frequency,
@dcca_grossamount, 
@dcca_rentpayment,
@dcca_selfemployedorretired,
@dcca_employer,
@dcca_empaddress1,
@dcca_empaddress2,
@dcca_empcity,
@dcca_empstate, 
@dcca_empzip, 
@dcca_empcountry,
@dcca_occupation,
@dcca_timeonjobyrs,
@dcca_timeonjobmos
);

DECLARE  @ApplicationId INT          
SET @ApplicationId = SCOPE_IDENTITY();
      

END

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@CreditAppId is not in your list of parameters in the stored procedure :

[ALTER PROCEDURE [spDCUsers_AddCreditApplication]
(
 
@dcca_firstname nvarchar(50),
@dcca_middleinitial nvarchar(1),
@dcca_lastname nvarchar(50),
@dcca_ssn nvarchar(11),
@dcca_dob nvarchar(10),
@dcca_phonehome nvarchar(20),
@dcca_phonework nvarchar(20),
@dcca_email nvarchar(75),
@dcca_address1 nvarchar(100),
@dcca_address2 nvarchar(100),
@dcca_city nvarchar(50),
@dcca_state nvarchar(2),
@dcca_zip nvarchar(10),
@dcca_timeataddressyrs nvarchar(2),
@dcca_timeataddressmos nvarchar(2),
@dcca_typeofresidence nvarchar(20),
@dcca_typeofincome nvarchar(30),
@dcca_frequency nvarchar(20),
@dcca_grossamount nvarchar(8),
@dcca_rentpayment nvarchar(10),
@dcca_selfemployedorretired nvarchar(15),
@dcca_employer nvarchar(100),
@dcca_empaddress1 nvarchar(50),
@dcca_empaddress2 nvarchar(50),
@dcca_empcity nvarchar(50),
@dcca_empstate nvarchar(2),
@dcca_empzip nvarchar(10),
@dcca_empcountry nvarchar(50),
@dcca_occupation nvarchar(75),
@dcca_timeonjobyrs nvarchar(2),
@dcca_timeonjobmos nvarchar(2)
)

When you remove @CreditAppId from the exec line are you removing the OUTPUT keyword as well.
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The error you get when you remove @CreditAppId suggests you are not removing the OUTPUT keyword.
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by:saturation
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Perfect.   Another similar question to follow.
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