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database cursor

I have a VB2010 console application that i need to connect to a database and retrieve rows.
i have the following that compiles clean.  but the Open command fails for userid.


i have the correct credentials.  
Does anyone see what i'm doing wrong?

 Dim myConnection As New SqlConnection
        Dim myCommand As SqlCommand
        myConnection = New SqlConnection("server=NJTAGS00;uid=XXX;pwd=XXXXX;database=[AGS-CLIENT]")
        myConnection.Open()
        myCommand = New SqlCommand("select RFID,OCRPassageRef,StartOfPassageTime,EndOfPassageTime,Lane FROM [AGS-CLIENT].OCRLane.OCRLane_InGateVehicle Where (OCRLane_InGateVehicle.RFID = '33995655') AND (OCRLane_InGateVehicle.Lane in ('9001','9002')) ORDER BY OCRLane_InGateVehicle.StartOfPassageTime DESC")
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CodeCruiserCommented:
You appear to be connecting to SQL server so the connection string syntax would be

myConnection = New SqlConnection("Data Source=NJTAGS00;user id=XXX;password=XXXXX;Initial Catalog=[AGS-CLIENT]")
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sachinpatil10dCommented:
Just change as below
uid   to user id
Pwd to password
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