I don't understand where else it could be screwing up. I'd love to be able to keep it to a null value if it is one already, I'm just trying to get it to take anything right now and this is where I'm at.
When I try to close my form it gives me the following error; Error converting data type varchar to numeric. I have only one field which is numeric - ProjectID, and when I close this form sometimes this txtProjectID is empty and this calls the error. But if there is a number in the txtProjectID it closes fine.
I am getting the error Error converting data type varchar to numeri when trying to save some of the information that is entered in a textbox to my sql server 2005 database. HEre is the code for my insert statement.
'declare your variables Dim FirstName, LastName, Comments, MRN Dim sConnString, connection, sSQL [code]......
I don't know how to convert the nvarchar value into an int, but that is the way it needs to be set up. I've found other posts about this but I don't know how to use CAST in the INSERT statement I have. All the posts I could find were about converting to int in SELECT statements. I need this statement to change the field @Duration to an int in the database. @Duration is an amount of time. (01:00, 02:00...) They will all get rounded up to the next int value. So if a user enters 0:45, it should be converted to 1. how to get this INSERT to work?
'SQL Insert: Product table Dim sqlInsertProduct As String = "INSERT INTO Product (ProductName, Status, CreateDate, ModifyDate, CreateUser,
I'm working on an ASP.NET application that uses VB. I'm using a SQLReader/SQLCommand/SQLConnection within the VB file to try to pull data values.I was mystified to find out that the reason why the query wasn't returning any values, and someone here showed me how to troubleshoot the query to verify things were being returned, which they weren't.
I talked to a co-worker, and he asked if it would match because I was feeding a string, and the Text field for the database is an nvarchar. How can I declare the variable in VB so that when fed in as a parameter for the query, it can match?The types of data it looks to match are just basic things like "2", "2a", "1a", and so on.If there's no way to just declare the nvarchar, does anyone have a suggestion on how I might workaround that?
Side note: This is a continuation, of sorts, of this question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/768052/sql-reader-saying-no-values-exist-query-seems-fine
Edit: I set things up like you guys said, but now I'm getting an error that "No mapping exists from object type System.Data.SqlClient.SqlParameter to a known managed provider native type. "I have the parameter as a form-wide variable like this:
Private travelParameter As New SqlParameter("@trip", SqlDbType.NVarChar)
And then inside the main form,
travelQuery.CommandText = "SELECT [StartLoc], [EndLoc],[TravelTime], [AvgSpeed], [Distance] FROM [TravelTimes] WHERE [TripNum] = @trip" travelQuery.Parameters.AddWithValue("@trip", travelParameter)
Solution at the bottom. I receive the following error when trying to update records: Must declare Scalar Variable @PaymentTermID Problem is, @PaymentTermID should be defined already in the Update parameters. The 2 functions for onrowdatabound and onrowupdate are tweaked versions of the ones found here for the DropDownList: GridViewRow.DataItem Property. Delete works fine. No new lines are added, just names changed around. I am not exactly used to working with asp objects.
I'm having an issue with my base conversion program. It seems to have a problem converting from base36 to base10 properly. After debugging all night, I've found that it's one certain function that's not working properly. The function seems to convert every last test number correctly, until I start getting into 11-digit numbers in base36. I have the max digits allowable for base36 set to 12 (so as not to exceed the base10 18-quintillion or so that an unsigned long can hold). I'm starting to think the issue is with VB and not with my code.The function as I've written it is below (DIGITS is a global const string ="0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ", and itr is a global integer used throughout the code for iteration):
'----------------- Public Function FromBase10(ByVal iValue As ULong, ByVal cBase As ULong) As String Dim remaining As ULong = iValue
Public Class Form1 Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load End Sub End Class
I haven't got the code, however I got the physical part of the program done with a label called Numeric Number and another called Roman Numeral, with text boxs next to each label. I also have a button called "convert" so when you enter a numeric number in, it'll convert it to a roman numeral. I need it to only convert from 1 to 10, but not accept a number less than 1 or more than 10.
I've got an unusual error regarding converting a varchar to numeric. I have code which goes through and adds the data to the database. When the code attempts to add the new data to the database, an error message appears highlighting the following line of code: check = cmdCDQAssets.ExecuteReader.RecordsAffected
Description of Program/Events. I would like to come up with a number generator that takes the Total number (for this example I'll say 20), divides it by 2, and does alternating additions so the end result will generate a list like this: 1, 11, 2, 12, 3, 13, 4, 14, 5, 15, 6, 16, 7, 17, 8, 18, 9, 19, 10, 20.
I can understand the arithmetic, just can't work out how to express this in code. The end result would be save in a .Txt file (I have added a SaveFileDialog1 control, but figure I need to get the result before I work on the export). Dim StartValue As Integer Dim EndValue As Integer Dim TotalValue As Integer ' Convert input to numeric variables. StartValue = Val(StartNumTextBox.Text) [Code] .....
what i want to is convert this string to something like this
2. JXK2LB AP2WXB S1P0XE ZXPA3H X1LAKW DOXPS3
both 1 & 2 the above strings are fictitious (i made them up to make my point clear)
I am trying to make a licensing system for my VB 2010 express application. (2) above will act as a serial key which can be derived from (1) which is an encrypted form of something unique of the client computer.
I have a textbox where I can enter a number. If the number exists in my sql database then it would change the label accordingly. It seems to work with any input number except for numbers starting with zero. If I input a number starting with zero(012345678) I get the error: Arithmetic Overflow error converting varchar to data type numeric.
Imports System.Data.SqlClient Public Class ValidateForm Private Sub MineralCloseButton_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MineralCloseButton.Click
I'd like to get some values from nvarchar column (SQL Server database). My code looks like below:
Dim value1 As String Dim con2 As New System.Data.SqlClient.SqlConnection con2.ConnectionString = "data source=AAA;initial catalog=DWH;integrated security=SSPI;" con2.Open()
It works fine only when there are numeric values in the column. But in this column are stored variable characters values and this types of values are not being displayed on the page. I don't know what is the reason.I've tried to use getValue.ToString instead of getString but it doesn't work either.
I used the XSD.exe tool to convert XML to XSD then generate vb code behind for the XSD. It is giving me errors in the code even though it was auto-generated. I am weary about messing with the code since it was auto generated.
I am playing around building a VB.net windows forms app.Mostly going well, but when I do executenonquery I am getting the error:Failed to convert parameter value from string to int32. I am unclear where the problem is but here is my code......
Private Sub cmdClockIn_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles cmdClockIn.Click Dim empNum As Integer = Convert.ToInt32(frmMain.txtEmpID.Text)
using Visual Web Dev 2008 Express and i am having an error when converting a set of integers to string. see code below. I cannot work out what it is that i am typing incorrectly. For ref, i return ten 0's as the result.
Dim numbers(9) As Integer
For i As Integer = 0 To numbers.Length - 1 numbersString &= numbers(i).ToString & " " Next
Error converting data type varchar to datetime.rtfI am trying to learn ASP.NET using ASP.NET 1.1 with SQL Server 2000 for the database. I have created a Stored Procedure in SQL Server 2000 and the procedure to execute the Stored Procedure is in ASP.NET 1.1. The problem is that when I try to save a record, the date field returns the above error. I have ried to use the several solutions on the web without getting one to solve the problem.I am attaching the Stored Procedure as well as the ASP.NET code for some advice. I am also attached a word document containing the two procedures.
i am using DateTimePicker control....my code is TextBox2.text=DateTimePicker1.Text.......while changing it correctly dispaly the selected date in textbox......the problem is i want to store the date in my database of field datetime type........when i click the add button it shows "Syntax Error Converting DateTime from String"
Im in the process of building a call loggin system and its finally been put on the server, but i keep getting the above error "Title" the first stage it goes to be authorised and when the authoriser auths it...it updates the table with the date they authorised it. which is fine, the next stage is the Business Analyst where they check all the content of the task and then approve it but for some reason unknown to me it keeps falling over on the .dateAuthorised
My Sql Column to hold the date authorised is a Datetime datatype and im converting a string to a data time within the procedure this is my Code behind page
Dim StatusNew As Integer = 53 Dim CurrentStage As Integer = 51 ITUpdateTaskTable.Add("@spWorkID", Replace(TskNumLab.Text, "LC", ""))