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im transferring my project from development to production. before starting my project, i did not check my development and production is not same anyway.  My production is MSSQL 2005 and my Development is 2008. i Wrote some stored procedures some im able to transfer some are giving error.

USE [Registration]
GO

SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO

CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[createUser]
    @firstName varchar(50),
	@lastName varchar(50),
	@emailAddress varchar(50),
	@UserName varchar(50),
	@passWord varchar(50),
	@userType varchar(50),
	@id				INT	= NULL OUT


	
AS 

BEGIN

	IF EXISTS (SELECT * FROM [TBL_ADMINUSER] WHERE ADEMAIL = @EMAILADDRESS)
	SET @ID = -1
	ELSE
	


	insert into tbl_AdminUser
        (ADFirstName,ADLastName,ADEmail,ADUserID,ADPassword,ADUserType,ADUserStatus,ADLastLogin)
	values
		(@firstName,@lastName,@emailAddress,@UserName,@passWord,@userType,'True',getdate())
		 SET @id = SCOPE_IDENTITY();
END

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ERROR

Msg 137, Level 15, State 2, Procedure createUser, Line 17
Must declare the scalar variable "@EMAILADDRESS".
Msg 137, Level 15, State 1, Procedure createUser, Line 18
Must declare the scalar variable "@ID".

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onlyamir007 earned 500 total points
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it look like you're  installation case sensitive.....

USE [Registration]
GO

SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO

CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[createUser]
    @firstName varchar(50),
      @lastName varchar(50),
      @emailAddress varchar(50),
      @UserName varchar(50),
      @passWord varchar(50),
      @userType varchar(50),
      @id                        INT      = NULL OUT


      
AS

BEGIN

      IF EXISTS (SELECT * FROM [TBL_ADMINUSER] WHERE ADEMAIL = @emailAddress) /*  change this ... @EMAILADDRESS */
      SET @id       = -1
      ELSE
      


      insert into tbl_AdminUser
        (ADFirstName,ADLastName,ADEmail,ADUserID,ADPassword,ADUserType,ADUserStatus,ADLastLogin)
      values
            (@firstName,@lastName,@emailAddress,@UserName,@passWord,@userType,'True',getdate())
             SET @id = SCOPE_IDENTITY();
END
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by:xeondxb
ID: 39739754
yes true my installation is case sensitive .... it is working :)
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