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Stroed Procedure not building

Posted on 2011-09-13
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I have created a stored proc to update one filed in my DB and all the others work just not this one anyone have any ideas?


set ANSI_NULLS ON
set QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO
Create PROCEDURE [dbo].[P_sp_SubmittedDateIRBUser]
	/*
	(
	@parameter1 int = 5,
	@parameter2 datatype OUTPUT
	)
	*/

ID int,
IRBSubmittedDate nvarchar(50)

AS
	/* SET NOCOUNT ON */
	UPDATE tbl_info
	SET IRBSubmittedDate = @IRBSubmittedDate

	WHERE ID = @ID
	RETURN
Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Procedure P_sp_SubmittedDateIRBUser, Line 9
Incorrect syntax near 'ID'.
Msg 137, Level 15, State 2, Procedure P_sp_SubmittedDateIRBUser, Line 15
Must declare the scalar variable "@IRBSubmittedDate".

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zvytas earned 167 total points
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Try the following:

set ANSI_NULLS ON
set QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO
Create PROCEDURE [dbo].[P_sp_SubmittedDateIRBUser]
      /*
      (
      @parameter1 int = 5,
      @parameter2 datatype OUTPUT
      )
      */
(
@ID int,
@IRBSubmittedDate nvarchar(50)
)
AS
      /* SET NOCOUNT ON */
      UPDATE tbl_info
      SET IRBSubmittedDate = @IRBSubmittedDate

      WHERE ID = @ID
      RETURN
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by:Philip Pinnell
Philip Pinnell earned 167 total points
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your parms should have @

@ID int,
@IRBSubmittedDate nvarchar(50)

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by:Paul Jackson
Paul Jackson earned 166 total points
ID: 36530059
I assume that the below 2 lines are parameters being passed into the stored procedure :

ID int,
IRBSubmittedDate nvarchar(50)

you need to put some brackets round them and put an @ symbol in front.
(
@ID int,
@IRBSubmittedDate nvarchar(50)
)
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by:HawaiiDragon
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Man what a "duh" moment for me... guess thats what 2 hours of sleep a night can do to you. Thanx guys!!!
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