ExecuteNonQuery Requires An Open And Available Connection, The Connection Current Stat Is Close?
Nov 30, 2008
i make a class and when i call on form then that error occurs "ExecuteNonQuery requires an open and available connection, the connection Current stat is close "
Class Code isImports System.Data.SqlClientImports System.DataImports System.StringPublic Class DatabaseKits Dim Cn As New SqlClient.SqlConnection Public Function BuildConnection() As Boolean Try Cn.ConnectionString = "Persist Security Info=False;Integrated Security=True;Trusted_Connection=Yes;database=BizAimsPro2008;server=Server-2k3s" BuildConnection =
Using VS 2005 and SQL Express 2005. This WinForm application runs fine on 5 out of 6 stand alone computers that is it installed on. The 6th computer is slightly older running XP sp2.As I understand it, using DbDataAdapter will perform the open, close and dispose functions for you. Therefore, Pooling should not be an issue. I am thinking that the default 15 second time out setting may be the cause?? There is some MultiThreading that will also use DbDataAdapters in the same manner but only 3-4 would be firing at the same time.The connection string is Data Source=(local)DataBase;Initial Catalog=Code;Integrated Security=True The command which throws the exception is If CodeDataAdapter.Fill(CodeDataSet.CodeTable) > 0 Then...So I am thinking that adding Connect Timeout = 60 to the connection string even though the 15 second default seems like a lifetime. Could this 15 seconds be eaten up if some other process or application takes over?
I'm trying to insert a new records into database, one of those records is a "datetime"...when I type a wrong date, and try to insert those values into database, i get an error (about wrong typed date etc.)...ok, that's fine, things need to work that way. But here comes the problem, I correct the date, and then try to insert values again...here I get an error from the post title. And this doesn't work until I close that form and run it again...here's part of my code:
Dim cvLicence As New SQL Try cvLicence.upis("INSERT INTO blabla (itsnotimportant) VALUES ('something')") MsgBox("everything's fine", MsgBoxStyle.Information)
I want to access the methods of a dll that is not managed. Seems to be vb6 from my best guess and what I know about the program.That part I have managed to figure out. If I drag the x.dll to my bin folder, the interpreter wrapper is created, etc. I can access the methods in the dll just fine. The problem is the database connection.
For informational purposes: The dll is compiled for a vbscript .asp website. There are a few methods in the dll that just manipulate the input (which I can access error free- its how I tested the dll usage), but most make a db call to get or set or update, etc. data in the db. The dll expects an ADODB connection. The asp files are setup such as:
set DllObj = server.CreateObject("dll.class") set connect = server.createobject("ADODB.Connection") connect.open "SystemDSNName","user","password"
It is using a DSN but just as easily could be a DSN-Less connection. My problem is that the dll expects the connection to be open and available to it. Can I make a ADODB database connection available and open for this dll in a vb.net asp.net website.Basically,I need to use the business logic and db data changes through this dll, but want to make the front end in asp.net.I know there is an ADODB namespace in .net somwhere and I tried using it but it was not doing the job and really, I did not quite understand how to.
I have o problem on my codes sqldr = sqlcmd.ExecuteReader when i debug the program error says ExecuteReader requires an open and available Connection. The connection's current state is closed. i dont know what its means that error..
SQL connections confuse me sometimes In almost every SQL related code on the internet the routine is like this;
* Open connection * Execute SQL command * Close connection
Is it good practice to just open a connection when the application starts and use that connection until the application closes?I know that sequential connections are required when processing more queries, but what if I need to poll a certain Table every x seconds? Isn't is better to keep that single connection open for as long as the application is running (and re-open when a failure occurs) instead of opening a new connection every x seconds?
I'm developing a device app in VB.net that will access a SQL Server database. I need to establish a connection when the app is launched, and keep the connection open until the app is closed. I've done the following:In the Master Module:
Public CNN As SqlConnection
In the Main menu form load:
CNN = New SqlConnection(sqlConnString) CNN.Open()
Then when I want to read from the database:
Dim sqlDR As SqlDataReader SQL = "SELECT Name FROM Table"
When I run the same code without the global CNN, but rather dim the connection inside the Select function, all works well.
I've got this code and it opens the database connection in debugging (and i've used the wrong password to test that it fails) but when i come to ExecuteNonQuery I get this error
ExecuteNonQuery: Connection property has not been initialized.Here is my code.VB.NET
Public ConnectionString As String = "Data Source=JOHN-PCSQLEXPRESS;Initial Catalog=RLNZ_11;User Id=App;Password=Password;"Dim connection As New SqlClient.SqlConnection(ConnectionString)connection.Open() Dim command As New SqlClient.SqlCommand("INSERT INTO news (ID, NewsID, NewsTitle) Values (@ID, @NewsID, @NewsTitle)")command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@ID", "")command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@NewsID", NewsID) command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@NewsTitle", NewsTitle)command.ExecuteNonQuery()
i just learn about VB.Net in the last 3 months...when i try to create a Sql server to VB connection , that message appear..i've no idea what is that...this is my script:
Private Sub TextBox1_TextChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles TextBox1.TextChanged Dim myConnection As SqlConnection = New SqlConnection myConnection = New SqlClient.SqlConnection()
I am trying to insert the information from comboxes, check boxes, and date and time picker. I am getting the following error when I hit submit button. "ExecuteNonQuery: Connection property has not been initialized. - system.data" I am sure I am making some silly code mistake that I am not able to figure out.
Dim icount As Integer Dim SQLstr As String Try SQLstr = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:ADAccountDel.mdb;"
So I'm making a Program to Start/Restart/Stop and running commands from the Console for my Server.Now when someone uses the console, I want to be alerted of it on my Mail.I am using Visual Studio 2010.
I am trying to get this program to send an email, but still no luck. I am getting the following error that I do not understand. I do not understand what I am doing wrong. Also, I may have an issue that the computer I am writing this code on and trying to send the message does not have ISS and is just windows XP home.
The error is below
System.Net.Mail.SmtpException was unhandled Message="The SMTP server requires a secure connection or the client was not authenticated. The server response was: 5.7.0 Must issue a STARTTLS command first. k41sm2133530rvb.6"
I am trying to login with this code which is working alright but the problem is anytime i make a mistake in trying to login with a wrong password is gives me an exception that the connection was not close but it is open i have try to fix it but to no avail. [code]
I created a connection to a Microsoft Access database by using the wizard. Now in the server connections I see my data connection to the db. I'm trying to create a method to compact the database, so I used JRO to do it. To do it however, an exclusive access is required, and when I try to call the method I get an exception.
In my program I got multiple spots where I open a Connection to an Oracle database, read some lines via a stored procedure which returns me a cursor, put them in an IDataReader, close the connection and go on.
Now everything works fine till the point of closing the connection. I've watched the connections opened to the database via TOAD for Oracle and I figured out, that the database seems to keep an connection opened after I said m_Connection.Close and m_Connection.Dispose.
I use Oracle.DataAccess and get an error after a short time, that there are to many connections. I debuged my session and made sure, that vb performs the close() command and it does it, but the database not.
How do I close a connection of strongly typed dataset? I want to backup my database with a zip technique. But I can't access it when my program is open. I've closed connections of all table adapters but it didn't work.
Imports System.Net, System.Net.Sockets Public Class ServerForm Private serverSocket As Socket Private clientSocket As Socket
for the first time, when I click on Connect, it is going to connect to server as well and also it works if you click on the disconnect. for the second time if you click on the Connect button, it gets connected but the disconnect button is not working.
I have this button to open one form, and close the current form. When i click the button, the opened form closes and the program closes. In the button code, i open the one form, and in the one form's FormLoad is to close the first form.