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parameter information is not supported by the 'Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB

Hi,
Im getting this error

Retrieving procedure parameter information is not supported by the
'Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0' provider

Im using the DeriveParameter method of the OleDbCommandBuilder.

Im trying to execute the "Employee Sales by Country" procedure in the
Northwind database.

What could i do to solve this error?... The command object is well created,
and connection too.

--
Thanks
Regards.
Josema

Feb 20 '06 #1
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Hi,

R u talking about the Northwind that comes with SQL server?
If so why r u using OLEDB instead of SQLserver provider?

if not post the code in question
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Florida Department Of Transportation

"Josema" <Je******@ocu.org> wrote in message
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Hi,
Im getting this error

Retrieving procedure parameter information is not supported by the
'Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0' provider

Im using the DeriveParameter method of the OleDbCommandBuilder.

Im trying to execute the "Employee Sales by Country" procedure in the
Northwind database.

What could i do to solve this error?... The command object is well
created,
and connection too.

--
Thanks
Regards.
Josema

Feb 20 '06 #2
If you are using Jet to connect to an Access database, then yes, it does not
support "Stored procedure parameters". Sql Server, yes.

Peter
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"Josema" wrote:
Hi,
Im getting this error

Retrieving procedure parameter information is not supported by the
'Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0' provider

Im using the DeriveParameter method of the OleDbCommandBuilder.

Im trying to execute the "Employee Sales by Country" procedure in the
Northwind database.

What could i do to solve this error?... The command object is well created,
and connection too.

--
Thanks
Regards.
Josema

Feb 20 '06 #3

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