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Hi,

I am using Visual Basic 6 as front end and Visual FoxPro as a Database.
I am trying to pass a parameter from VB to Visual FoxPro's Stored Procedure.

I am getting an error showing "Data type mismatch"

My Connection String is :CNN.ConnectionS tring = "Provider=VFPOL EDB.1;Data Source=P:\pay.d bc;Mode=ReadWri te|Share Deny Write"

CNN.Open


My VB code is :
Private Sub cmdPack_Click()
Dim zCmd As ADODB.Command
Dim zPar As ADODB.Parameter
Dim zVariable As String
zVariable = "Ajit"

Set zCmd = New ADODB.Command
With zCmd
.ActiveConnecti on = CNN
.CommandType = adCmdStoredProc
.CommandText = "chkpara"
Set zPar = .CreateParamete r("pPara", adChar, adParamInput, 4, zVariable)
.Parameters.App end zPar
.Execute
End With
End Sub


My Stored Procedure (in the database) is :
*---------------------------------
PROCEDURE chkPara
*--------------------------------
parameter pPara
insert into salary_structur e_detail value('0001','0 001','11014I5', pPara,9000)
ENDPROC


When I execute the VB program by clicking on the cmdPack Command Button
it shows the error "Data type mismatch"


please help

regards

Ajit Pitale
Mar 9 '07 #1
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