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VERY strange issue with SQL 2000 + ADO Command object

Hi,

I am running into an extremely frustrating problem and after hours of
troubleshooting have not made any progress. When I try to use the ADO
Command object to update a table, I receive the following error message:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e10'
No value given for one or more required parameters.
Here is the entirety of the code that is running:

Set Conn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Conn.Open Application("App_ConnectionString")

Set Cmd = CreateObject("ADODB.Command")
Cmd.ActiveConnection = Conn
Cmd.CommandType = adCmdText
Cmd.Prepared = True

Cmd.CommandText = "UPDATE tblFile SET UserID = ?"

Set var1 = Cmd.CreateParameter("UserID", adInteger, adParamInput)
var1.Value = 1
Cmd.Execute

Set Cmd = Nothing
Conn.Close
Set Conn = Nothing
I use this syntax all over the site with much more complicated queries, and
have never come across this error before. Here is where it gets really
funky..... I've logged var1.Value right before executing the command, and
that is returning the correct value. However the "no value given" error
message persists! If I take the exact same SQL statement and run it from SQL
Management Studio, it runs without a hitch. Additionally if I change the ?
to the value itself, then it also runs no problem.
Now when I comment out the line "Cmd.Prepared = True" then I receive a
slightly different error message:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e10'
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]COUNT field incorrect or syntax error
When I run a database trace, I can see that the statement is not actually
run on the server. So this looks to be some kind of driver problem. With
"Cmd.Prepared = True" the only thing run on the server is "SET FMTONLY ON
select UserID from tblFile where 1=2 SET FMTONLY OFF"
I have dropped every DDL dependencies (all two of them) so that should not
be a problem. I can change the CommandText to something crazy like
"UzzzzPDATE tblzzzzFile zzzz SEzzzT UszzzzerID = ?" and still get the same
two error messages. Heck, I've even gone so far as to remove the entire
TABLE from the database and I am *still* getting the same two error messages
complaining that I am missing a parameter. Only when I hardcode the UserID
value in the CommandText does it tell me the table does not exist.

Please help..... Any idea as to what is going on? This is killing me.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Mike
Jan 17 '07 #1
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Sorry, I forgot to mention a couple of details:

I am running IIS/ASP on Windows XP SP 2 with MDAC 2.8 SP1. SQL Server 2000
Standard SP4 is running on a network machine that is running Windows 2003
Server Standard SP1.

The error is occurring on the "Cmd.Execute" line, though that was probably
obvious.

Thanks,
Mike M

"George Shawn" <ge****@nospam.comwrote in message
news:%2****************@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
Hi,

I am running into an extremely frustrating problem and after hours of
troubleshooting have not made any progress. When I try to use the ADO
Command object to update a table, I receive the following error message:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e10'
No value given for one or more required parameters.
Here is the entirety of the code that is running:

Set Conn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Conn.Open Application("App_ConnectionString")

Set Cmd = CreateObject("ADODB.Command")
Cmd.ActiveConnection = Conn
Cmd.CommandType = adCmdText
Cmd.Prepared = True

Cmd.CommandText = "UPDATE tblFile SET UserID = ?"

Set var1 = Cmd.CreateParameter("UserID", adInteger, adParamInput)
var1.Value = 1
Cmd.Execute

Set Cmd = Nothing
Conn.Close
Set Conn = Nothing
I use this syntax all over the site with much more complicated queries,
and have never come across this error before. Here is where it gets really
funky..... I've logged var1.Value right before executing the command, and
that is returning the correct value. However the "no value given" error
message persists! If I take the exact same SQL statement and run it from
SQL Management Studio, it runs without a hitch. Additionally if I change
the ? to the value itself, then it also runs no problem.
Now when I comment out the line "Cmd.Prepared = True" then I receive a
slightly different error message:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e10'
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]COUNT field incorrect or syntax error
When I run a database trace, I can see that the statement is not actually
run on the server. So this looks to be some kind of driver problem. With
"Cmd.Prepared = True" the only thing run on the server is "SET FMTONLY ON
select UserID from tblFile where 1=2 SET FMTONLY OFF"
I have dropped every DDL dependencies (all two of them) so that should not
be a problem. I can change the CommandText to something crazy like
"UzzzzPDATE tblzzzzFile zzzz SEzzzT UszzzzerID = ?" and still get the same
two error messages. Heck, I've even gone so far as to remove the entire
TABLE from the database and I am *still* getting the same two error
messages complaining that I am missing a parameter. Only when I hardcode
the UserID value in the CommandText does it tell me the table does not
exist.

Please help..... Any idea as to what is going on? This is killing me.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Mike


Jan 17 '07 #2
You forgot to append the new parameter to the collection.

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MVP - Technologies Virtual-PC
E-mail: sylvain aei ca (fill the blanks, no spam please)
"George Shawn" <ge****@nospam.comwrote in message
news:%2****************@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
Hi,

I am running into an extremely frustrating problem and after hours of
troubleshooting have not made any progress. When I try to use the ADO
Command object to update a table, I receive the following error message:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e10'
No value given for one or more required parameters.
Here is the entirety of the code that is running:

Set Conn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Conn.Open Application("App_ConnectionString")

Set Cmd = CreateObject("ADODB.Command")
Cmd.ActiveConnection = Conn
Cmd.CommandType = adCmdText
Cmd.Prepared = True

Cmd.CommandText = "UPDATE tblFile SET UserID = ?"

Set var1 = Cmd.CreateParameter("UserID", adInteger, adParamInput)
var1.Value = 1
Cmd.Execute

Set Cmd = Nothing
Conn.Close
Set Conn = Nothing
I use this syntax all over the site with much more complicated queries,
and have never come across this error before. Here is where it gets really
funky..... I've logged var1.Value right before executing the command, and
that is returning the correct value. However the "no value given" error
message persists! If I take the exact same SQL statement and run it from
SQL Management Studio, it runs without a hitch. Additionally if I change
the ? to the value itself, then it also runs no problem.
Now when I comment out the line "Cmd.Prepared = True" then I receive a
slightly different error message:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e10'
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]COUNT field incorrect or syntax error
When I run a database trace, I can see that the statement is not actually
run on the server. So this looks to be some kind of driver problem. With
"Cmd.Prepared = True" the only thing run on the server is "SET FMTONLY ON
select UserID from tblFile where 1=2 SET FMTONLY OFF"
I have dropped every DDL dependencies (all two of them) so that should not
be a problem. I can change the CommandText to something crazy like
"UzzzzPDATE tblzzzzFile zzzz SEzzzT UszzzzerID = ?" and still get the same
two error messages. Heck, I've even gone so far as to remove the entire
TABLE from the database and I am *still* getting the same two error
messages complaining that I am missing a parameter. Only when I hardcode
the UserID value in the CommandText does it tell me the table does not
exist.

Please help..... Any idea as to what is going on? This is killing me.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Mike


Jan 17 '07 #3
George Shawn wrote:
>
Set var1 = Cmd.CreateParameter("UserID", adInteger, adParamInput)
var1.Value = 1
Cmd.Execute

Set Cmd = Nothing
Conn.Close
Set Conn = Nothing
You failed to append the parameter object to the Command's Parameters
collection before executing the Command:

Cmd.Parameters.Append var1
Cmd.Execute
Actually, in this case, you don't even need to bother with CreateParameter.
Use the second argument of the Command's Execute method to pass a variant
array containing the parameter values to the query engine:

arParms = Array(1)
Cmd.Execute ,arParms, 1 '1=adCmdText

You can pass as many parameter values as needed.

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"NO SPAM"
Jan 17 '07 #4
Wow, I cannot believe I didn't catch that.... crazy.

Thanks to you and Bob for the very prompt reply!

Thanks,
Mike
"Sylvain Lafontaine" <sylvain aei ca (fill the blanks, no spam please)>
wrote in message news:uC**************@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
You forgot to append the new parameter to the collection.

--
Sylvain Lafontaine, ing.
MVP - Technologies Virtual-PC
E-mail: sylvain aei ca (fill the blanks, no spam please)
"George Shawn" <ge****@nospam.comwrote in message
news:%2****************@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
>Hi,

I am running into an extremely frustrating problem and after hours of
troubleshooting have not made any progress. When I try to use the ADO
Command object to update a table, I receive the following error message:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e10'
No value given for one or more required parameters.
Here is the entirety of the code that is running:

Set Conn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Conn.Open Application("App_ConnectionString")

Set Cmd = CreateObject("ADODB.Command")
Cmd.ActiveConnection = Conn
Cmd.CommandType = adCmdText
Cmd.Prepared = True

Cmd.CommandText = "UPDATE tblFile SET UserID = ?"

Set var1 = Cmd.CreateParameter("UserID", adInteger, adParamInput)
var1.Value = 1
Cmd.Execute

Set Cmd = Nothing
Conn.Close
Set Conn = Nothing
I use this syntax all over the site with much more complicated queries,
and have never come across this error before. Here is where it gets
really funky..... I've logged var1.Value right before executing the
command, and that is returning the correct value. However the "no value
given" error message persists! If I take the exact same SQL statement and
run it from SQL Management Studio, it runs without a hitch. Additionally
if I change the ? to the value itself, then it also runs no problem.
Now when I comment out the line "Cmd.Prepared = True" then I receive a
slightly different error message:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e10'
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]COUNT field incorrect or syntax error
When I run a database trace, I can see that the statement is not actually
run on the server. So this looks to be some kind of driver problem. With
"Cmd.Prepared = True" the only thing run on the server is "SET FMTONLY ON
select UserID from tblFile where 1=2 SET FMTONLY OFF"
I have dropped every DDL dependencies (all two of them) so that should
not be a problem. I can change the CommandText to something crazy like
"UzzzzPDATE tblzzzzFile zzzz SEzzzT UszzzzerID = ?" and still get the
same two error messages. Heck, I've even gone so far as to remove the
entire TABLE from the database and I am *still* getting the same two
error messages complaining that I am missing a parameter. Only when I
hardcode the UserID value in the CommandText does it tell me the table
does not exist.

Please help..... Any idea as to what is going on? This is killing me.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Mike



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