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SQL Server 2008 GetRows Error

Posted on 2013-11-17
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Trying to implement getrows for the first time and i am getting a type mismatch error:

Line: 94
Column: -1
Source:
Description: Type mismatch
Err #:
Com Err #: -2146828275
Category: Microsoft VBScript runtime

Here is where the error is occurring:
ReDim Preserve PartArray(11, 0)			
If lRaceID = "0" Then
	i = 0
'	For k = 0 to UBound(Races, 2) - 1
		Set rs = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
		sql="SELECT p.ParticipantID, p.FirstName, p.LastName, rc.Bib, p.Gender, rc.Age, p.City, p.St, p.Phone, p.DOB, p.Email, rg.RaceID FROM "
		sql = sql & "Participant p INNER JOIN PartReg rg ON p.ParticipantID = rg.ParticipantID JOIN PartRace rc "
		sql = sql & "ON rc.ParticipantID = p.ParticipantID WHERE rc.RaceID IN (" & sEventRaces & ") " & sOrderBy
		rs.Open sql, conn, 1, 2
        PartArray=rs.GetRows()		
        rs.Close
		Set rs=Nothing
'	Next

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I have fiddled with the ReDim, etc and continue to get errors.
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Which line does the error refer to?

Get rid of, "ReDim Preserve PartArray(11, 0)      "

What is the purpose of the for next statement?  Are you trying to create multiple arrays?
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No need to redim the array. Just do

Dim PartArray

Using GetRows well automatically size the array for you, no need to set the size of it
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