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Help. Below is my code. Getting Type mismatch error on
the noted line. I'm trying to send an array (aryNewD)
with 4 columns and x rows to a function to save all the
array info into a SQL Server table via a stored
procedure. Keep getting this error. Any suggestions?

Code:
'ASP:

if blnNewD then
dim blnWrite
if fDisasterDescri ption_Write2(ar yNewD) = 1
then 'ERROR MESSAGE POINTS TO THIS LINE
blnWrite = True
else
blnWrite = False
end if
if not blnWrite then blnValid = False
if blnValid = False then
response.write "An error has occured."
response.end
end if
end if

'---------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------
'Function:

function fDisasterDescri ption_Write2(ar yNewD)
dim conDisasterWast e, cmdDisasterWast e,
blnCriticalErro r
dim param1, param2, param3, param4, param5
dim my_adCmdStoredP roc, my_adChar, my_adInteger,
my_adParamInput
dim my_adSmallInt, my_adVarChar, my_adDate
dim strTypeID, strDescription, strDate, intDisasterID

my_adCmdStoredP roc = &H0004
my_adChar = 129
my_adInteger = 3
my_adParamInput = &H0001
my_adSmallInt = 2
my_advarchar = 200
my_adDate = 7

'Set the Connection Object

set conDisasterWast e = server.createob ject
("ADODB.Connect ion")

conDisasterWast e.Open "database", "username", "password"

'Run stored procedure

set cmdDisasterWast e = server.CreateOb ject
("ADODB.Command ")

set cmdDisasterWast e.ActiveConnect ion =
conDisasterWast e
cmdDisasterWast e.CommandType = my_adCmdStoredP roc
cmdDisasterWast e.CommandText
= "tf_insert_Disa sterDescription "

set param1 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@idLandfil l", my_adChar, my_adParamInput , 12)
set param2 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@typeID", my_adSmallint, my_adParamInput )
set param3 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@description" , my_advarchar, my_adParamInput , 1000)
set param4 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er("@date",
my_adDate, my_adParamInput )
set param5 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@disasteri d", my_adinteger, my_adParamInput )

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param1)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param2)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param3)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param4)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param5)

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ idlandfill") = Session
("idlandfill ")

For i = 0 to ubound(aryNewD, 2)
strTypeID = aryNewD(1, i)
strDescription = aryNewD(3, i)
strDate = aryNewD(2, i)
intDisasterID = aryNewD(0, i)

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ typeID") = strTypeID
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ description") =
strDescription
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ date") = strDate
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ disasterid") =
intDisasterID

cmdDisasterWast e.execute
Next

If Err.number = 0 then
fDisasterDescri ption_Write2 = 1
Else
fDisasterDescri ption_Write2 = 2
Response.Write( err.description & "<br>")
end if

set cmdDisasterWast e.ActiveConnect ion = Nothing
set cmdDisasterWast e = Nothing

conDisasterWast e.Close
set conDisasterWast e = Nothing
end function

THANK YOU!

Jul 19 '05 #1
4 10700
You should use the IsArray function to test that it is actually an array,
before calling the function, or in the first part of the function.

"Laura" <Pl**********@t o.the.newsgroup > wrote in message
news:85******** *************** *****@phx.gbl.. .
Help. Below is my code. Getting Type mismatch error on
the noted line. I'm trying to send an array (aryNewD)
with 4 columns and x rows to a function to save all the
array info into a SQL Server table via a stored
procedure. Keep getting this error. Any suggestions?

Code:
'ASP:

if blnNewD then
dim blnWrite
if fDisasterDescri ption_Write2(ar yNewD) = 1
then 'ERROR MESSAGE POINTS TO THIS LINE
blnWrite = True
else
blnWrite = False
end if
if not blnWrite then blnValid = False
if blnValid = False then
response.write "An error has occured."
response.end
end if
end if

'---------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------
'Function:

function fDisasterDescri ption_Write2(ar yNewD)
dim conDisasterWast e, cmdDisasterWast e,
blnCriticalErro r
dim param1, param2, param3, param4, param5
dim my_adCmdStoredP roc, my_adChar, my_adInteger,
my_adParamInput
dim my_adSmallInt, my_adVarChar, my_adDate
dim strTypeID, strDescription, strDate, intDisasterID

my_adCmdStoredP roc = &H0004
my_adChar = 129
my_adInteger = 3
my_adParamInput = &H0001
my_adSmallInt = 2
my_advarchar = 200
my_adDate = 7

'Set the Connection Object

set conDisasterWast e = server.createob ject
("ADODB.Connect ion")

conDisasterWast e.Open "database", "username", "password"

'Run stored procedure

set cmdDisasterWast e = server.CreateOb ject
("ADODB.Command ")

set cmdDisasterWast e.ActiveConnect ion =
conDisasterWast e
cmdDisasterWast e.CommandType = my_adCmdStoredP roc
cmdDisasterWast e.CommandText
= "tf_insert_Disa sterDescription "

set param1 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@idLandfil l", my_adChar, my_adParamInput , 12)
set param2 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@typeID", my_adSmallint, my_adParamInput )
set param3 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@description" , my_advarchar, my_adParamInput , 1000)
set param4 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er("@date",
my_adDate, my_adParamInput )
set param5 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@disasteri d", my_adinteger, my_adParamInput )

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param1)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param2)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param3)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param4)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param5)

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ idlandfill") = Session
("idlandfill ")

For i = 0 to ubound(aryNewD, 2)
strTypeID = aryNewD(1, i)
strDescription = aryNewD(3, i)
strDate = aryNewD(2, i)
intDisasterID = aryNewD(0, i)

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ typeID") = strTypeID
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ description") =
strDescription
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ date") = strDate
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ disasterid") =
intDisasterID

cmdDisasterWast e.execute
Next

If Err.number = 0 then
fDisasterDescri ption_Write2 = 1
Else
fDisasterDescri ption_Write2 = 2
Response.Write( err.description & "<br>")
end if

set cmdDisasterWast e.ActiveConnect ion = Nothing
set cmdDisasterWast e = Nothing

conDisasterWast e.Close
set conDisasterWast e = Nothing
end function

THANK YOU!

Jul 19 '05 #2
Even if I change the function to get rid of the database
crap and simply be the following:

function fDisasterDescri ption_write3(ar yNewD)

dim strTypeID, strDescription, strDate, intDisasterID

fDisasterDescri ption_write3 = 2

For i = 0 to ubound(aryNewD, 2)
strTypeID = aryNewD(1, i)
strDescription = aryNewD(3, i)
strDate = aryNewD(2, i)
intDisasterID = aryNewD(0, i)

response.write strTypeID & ", " & strDescription
& ", " & strDate & ", " & intDisasterID & "<br>"
Next

if err.number > 0 then
fDisasterDescri ption_Write3 = 2
else
fDisasterDescri ption_Write3 = 1
end if

end function
I still have the same type mismatch error. Help?
-----Original Message-----
Checked - it is an array, but still no go with the
function. Other ideas?
-----Original Message-----
You should use the IsArray function to test that it isactually an array,
before calling the function, or in the first part of thefunction.

"Laura" <Pl**********@t o.the.newsgroup > wrote in message
news:85****** *************** *******@phx.gbl ...
Help. Below is my code. Getting Type mismatch error
on the noted line. I'm trying to send an array (aryNewD)
with 4 columns and x rows to a function to save all the array info into a SQL Server table via a stored
procedure. Keep getting this error. Any suggestions?

Code:
'ASP:

if blnNewD then
dim blnWrite
if fDisasterDescri ption_Write2(ar yNewD) = 1
then 'ERROR MESSAGE POINTS TO THIS LINE
blnWrite = True
else
blnWrite = False
end if
if not blnWrite then blnValid = False
if blnValid = False then
response.write "An error has occured."
response.end
end if
end if

'----------------------------------------------------- ----
-----------------------------
'Function:

function fDisasterDescri ption_Write2(ar yNewD)
dim conDisasterWast e, cmdDisasterWast e,
blnCriticalErro r
dim param1, param2, param3, param4, param5
dim my_adCmdStoredP roc, my_adChar, my_adInteger,
my_adParamInput
dim my_adSmallInt, my_adVarChar, my_adDate
dim strTypeID, strDescription, strDate,intDisasterI D
my_adCmdStoredP roc = &H0004
my_adChar = 129
my_adInteger = 3
my_adParamInput = &H0001
my_adSmallInt = 2
my_advarchar = 200
my_adDate = 7

'Set the Connection Object

set conDisasterWast e = server.createob ject
("ADODB.Connect ion")

conDisasterWas te.Open "database", "username", "password"
'Run stored procedure

set cmdDisasterWast e = server.CreateOb ject
("ADODB.Command ")

set cmdDisasterWast e.ActiveConnect ion =
conDisasterWast e
cmdDisasterWast e.CommandType = my_adCmdStoredP roc
cmdDisasterWast e.CommandText
= "tf_insert_Disa sterDescription "

set param1 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@idLandfil l", my_adChar, my_adParamInput , 12)
set param2 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@typeID", my_adSmallint, my_adParamInput )
set param3 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@description" , my_advarchar, my_adParamInput , 1000)
set param4 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er("@date", my_adDate, my_adParamInput )
set param5 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@disasteri d", my_adinteger, my_adParamInput )

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param1)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param2)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param3)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param4)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param5)

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ idlandfill") =
Session ("idlandfill ")

For i = 0 to ubound(aryNewD, 2)
strTypeID = aryNewD(1, i)
strDescription = aryNewD(3, i)
strDate = aryNewD(2, i)
intDisasterID = aryNewD(0, i)

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ typeID") =

strTypeID cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ description") =
strDescription
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ date") = strDate
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ disasterid") =
intDisasterID

cmdDisasterWast e.execute
Next

If Err.number = 0 then
fDisasterDescri ption_Write2 = 1
Else
fDisasterDescri ption_Write2 = 2
Response.Write( err.description & "<br>")
end if

set cmdDisasterWast e.ActiveConnect ion = Nothing
set cmdDisasterWast e = Nothing

conDisasterWast e.Close
set conDisasterWast e = Nothing
end function

THANK YOU!

.

.

Jul 19 '05 #3
What happens if you set the function result to a variable

dim code

code = fDisasterDescri ption_Write2(ar yNewD)
Response.Write code

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"Laura" <pl**********@t o.the.newsgroup > wrote in message
news:06******** *************** *****@phx.gbl.. .
Even if I change the function to get rid of the database
crap and simply be the following:

function fDisasterDescri ption_write3(ar yNewD)

dim strTypeID, strDescription, strDate, intDisasterID

fDisasterDescri ption_write3 = 2

For i = 0 to ubound(aryNewD, 2)
strTypeID = aryNewD(1, i)
strDescription = aryNewD(3, i)
strDate = aryNewD(2, i)
intDisasterID = aryNewD(0, i)

response.write strTypeID & ", " & strDescription
& ", " & strDate & ", " & intDisasterID & "<br>"
Next

if err.number > 0 then
fDisasterDescri ption_Write3 = 2
else
fDisasterDescri ption_Write3 = 1
end if

end function
I still have the same type mismatch error. Help?
-----Original Message-----
Checked - it is an array, but still no go with the
function. Other ideas?
-----Original Message-----
You should use the IsArray function to test that it is

actually an array,
before calling the function, or in the first part of the
function.

"Laura" <Pl**********@t o.the.newsgroup > wrote in message
news:85****** *************** *******@phx.gbl ...
Help. Below is my code. Getting Type mismatch error

on
the noted line. I'm trying to send an array (aryNewD)
with 4 columns and x rows to a function to save all

the array info into a SQL Server table via a stored
procedure. Keep getting this error. Any suggestions?

Code:
'ASP:

if blnNewD then
dim blnWrite
if fDisasterDescri ption_Write2(ar yNewD) = 1
then 'ERROR MESSAGE POINTS TO THIS LINE
blnWrite = True
else
blnWrite = False
end if
if not blnWrite then blnValid = False
if blnValid = False then
response.write "An error has occured."
response.end
end if
end if

'----------------------------------------------------- -
---
-----------------------------
'Function:

function fDisasterDescri ption_Write2(ar yNewD)
dim conDisasterWast e, cmdDisasterWast e,
blnCriticalErro r
dim param1, param2, param3, param4, param5
dim my_adCmdStoredP roc, my_adChar, my_adInteger,
my_adParamInput
dim my_adSmallInt, my_adVarChar, my_adDate
dim strTypeID, strDescription, strDate,

intDisasterI D

my_adCmdStoredP roc = &H0004
my_adChar = 129
my_adInteger = 3
my_adParamInput = &H0001
my_adSmallInt = 2
my_advarchar = 200
my_adDate = 7

'Set the Connection Object

set conDisasterWast e = server.createob ject
("ADODB.Connect ion")

conDisasterWas te.Open "database", "username", "password"

'Run stored procedure

set cmdDisasterWast e = server.CreateOb ject
("ADODB.Command ")

set cmdDisasterWast e.ActiveConnect ion =
conDisasterWast e
cmdDisasterWast e.CommandType = my_adCmdStoredP roc
cmdDisasterWast e.CommandText
= "tf_insert_Disa sterDescription "

set param1 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@idLandfil l", my_adChar, my_adParamInput , 12)
set param2 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@typeID", my_adSmallint, my_adParamInput )
set param3 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@description" , my_advarchar, my_adParamInput , 1000)
set param4 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er

("@date",
my_adDate, my_adParamInput )
set param5 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@disasteri d", my_adinteger, my_adParamInput )

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param1)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param2)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param3)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param4)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param5)

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ idlandfill") =

Session ("idlandfill ")

For i = 0 to ubound(aryNewD, 2)
strTypeID = aryNewD(1, i)
strDescription = aryNewD(3, i)
strDate = aryNewD(2, i)
intDisasterID = aryNewD(0, i)

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ typeID") =

strTypeID
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ description") =
strDescription
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ date") = strDate
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ disasterid") =
intDisasterID

cmdDisasterWast e.execute
Next

If Err.number = 0 then
fDisasterDescri ption_Write2 = 1
Else
fDisasterDescri ption_Write2 = 2
Response.Write( err.description & "<br>")
end if

set cmdDisasterWast e.ActiveConnect ion = Nothing
set cmdDisasterWast e = Nothing

conDisasterWast e.Close
set conDisasterWast e = Nothing
end function

THANK YOU!

.

.

Jul 19 '05 #4
Have you tried forcing the type?
like: cint(var1) = cint(var1)

"Laura" <Pl**********@t o.the.newsgroup > wrote in message
news:85******** *************** *****@phx.gbl.. .
Help. Below is my code. Getting Type mismatch error on
the noted line. I'm trying to send an array (aryNewD)
with 4 columns and x rows to a function to save all the
array info into a SQL Server table via a stored
procedure. Keep getting this error. Any suggestions?

Code:
'ASP:

if blnNewD then
dim blnWrite
if fDisasterDescri ption_Write2(ar yNewD) = 1
then 'ERROR MESSAGE POINTS TO THIS LINE
blnWrite = True
else
blnWrite = False
end if
if not blnWrite then blnValid = False
if blnValid = False then
response.write "An error has occured."
response.end
end if
end if

'---------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------
'Function:

function fDisasterDescri ption_Write2(ar yNewD)
dim conDisasterWast e, cmdDisasterWast e,
blnCriticalErro r
dim param1, param2, param3, param4, param5
dim my_adCmdStoredP roc, my_adChar, my_adInteger,
my_adParamInput
dim my_adSmallInt, my_adVarChar, my_adDate
dim strTypeID, strDescription, strDate, intDisasterID

my_adCmdStoredP roc = &H0004
my_adChar = 129
my_adInteger = 3
my_adParamInput = &H0001
my_adSmallInt = 2
my_advarchar = 200
my_adDate = 7

'Set the Connection Object

set conDisasterWast e = server.createob ject
("ADODB.Connect ion")

conDisasterWast e.Open "database", "username", "password"

'Run stored procedure

set cmdDisasterWast e = server.CreateOb ject
("ADODB.Command ")

set cmdDisasterWast e.ActiveConnect ion =
conDisasterWast e
cmdDisasterWast e.CommandType = my_adCmdStoredP roc
cmdDisasterWast e.CommandText
= "tf_insert_Disa sterDescription "

set param1 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@idLandfil l", my_adChar, my_adParamInput , 12)
set param2 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@typeID", my_adSmallint, my_adParamInput )
set param3 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@description" , my_advarchar, my_adParamInput , 1000)
set param4 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er("@date",
my_adDate, my_adParamInput )
set param5 = cmdDisasterWast e.CreateParamet er
("@disasteri d", my_adinteger, my_adParamInput )

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param1)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param2)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param3)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param4)
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters.Ap pend(param5)

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ idlandfill") = Session
("idlandfill ")

For i = 0 to ubound(aryNewD, 2)
strTypeID = aryNewD(1, i)
strDescription = aryNewD(3, i)
strDate = aryNewD(2, i)
intDisasterID = aryNewD(0, i)

cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ typeID") = strTypeID
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ description") =
strDescription
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ date") = strDate
cmdDisasterWast e.Parameters("@ disasterid") =
intDisasterID

cmdDisasterWast e.execute
Next

If Err.number = 0 then
fDisasterDescri ption_Write2 = 1
Else
fDisasterDescri ption_Write2 = 2
Response.Write( err.description & "<br>")
end if

set cmdDisasterWast e.ActiveConnect ion = Nothing
set cmdDisasterWast e = Nothing

conDisasterWast e.Close
set conDisasterWast e = Nothing
end function

THANK YOU!
Jul 19 '05 #5

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I have .net C# application in which I am extracting data from word file and save it in database particularly. To store word all data as it is I am converting the whole word file firstly in HTML and then checking html paragraph one by one. At the time of converting from word file to html my equations which are in the word document file was convert into image. Globals.ThisAddIn.Application.ActiveDocument.Select();...
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Hello I'm a network technician in training and I need your help. I am currently learning how to create and manage the different types of VPNs and I have a question about LAN-to-LAN VPNs. The last exercise I practiced was to create a LAN-to-LAN VPN between two Pfsense firewalls, by using IPSEC protocols. I succeeded, with both firewalls in the same network. But I'm wondering if it's possible to do the same thing, with 2 Pfsense firewalls...
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by: adsilva | last post by:
A Windows Forms form does not have the event Unload, like VB6. What one acts like?
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Hai team i want code for transfer the data from one system to another through IP address by using C# our system has to for every 5mins then we have to update the data what the data is updated we have to send another system
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How can i add a mobile payment intergratation into php mysql website.
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