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Invalid object name 'Product'.

HI I'M NEWBIES in visual Basic with Sql Server
i try to make a database with stored procedure and whan i run the program the give an error

"Invalid object name 'Product'."

i dont know how to fix it here is my code
Dim sqlcon As New SqlClient.SqlConnection
sqlcon.ConnectionString = "Data Source=WISEMAN\SQLEXPRESS;Initial Catalog=Product;Integrated Security=True;Pooling=False;uid=uid;pwd=pwd "
Dim cmd As New SqlClient.SqlCommand
cmd.Connection = sqlcon
cmd.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure
cmd.CommandText = "insertcustomer"
cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@Productid", TextBox1.Text)
cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@detail", TextBox2.Text)

the error at line is cmd.executescalar()
My database name is product
my name for my storedprocedure is insertcustomer
Code for insertcustomer
ALTER PROCEDURE dbo.InsertCustomer

@ProductID int output,
@detail varchar(50)


INSERT INTO Productdetail


SELECT @Detail = detail

From Productdetail
Where (ProductID =SCOPE_IDENTITY())

if u have any idee please tell me
May 23 '07 #1
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Hi shadwise,

Welcome to thescripts. I'm sure you will find a wealth of information ion the various forums here. I am moving this thread to the SQL server forum. You will still be able to access this particular thread through the introductions page, but future questions should be directed to the appropriate forum (which you will find by selecting "forums" on the blue bar near the top of your screen.

I hope the experts in the SQL server forum can help with your query!!
May 23 '07 #2
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...i dont know how to fix it here is my code...
if u have any idee please tell me
Does your server or database have case-sensitive collation? Please copy/paste complete error description.
I'm not sure about "Invalid object name 'Product'" problem, but there are several other problem worth mentioning:
  • Wrap SqlConnection and SqlCommand scope with using (C# keyword, don't know correct VB syntax)
  • Parameter "ProductID" should be created with Direction = ParameterDirection.Output
  • You don't need to specify "uid" and "pwd" in connection string as long as you are using integrated security.
  • Why do you execute stored procedure twice? Just call cmd.ExecuteNonQuery()
  • You don't assign inserted ProductID value to @ProductID parameter. I think your SP should look like:
    Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers
    1. ALTER PROCEDURE dbo.InsertCustomer
    2. (
    3. @ProductID int output,
    4. @detail varchar(50)
    5. )
    6. AS
    9. INSERT INTO Productdetail
    10. (detail)
    11. VALUES
    12. (@detail);
    14. IF @@ROWCOUNT>0
    15.   SET @ProductID = SCOPE_IDENTITY()
May 23 '07 #3

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