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My VS thinks it sees a 0 when it is really a 1

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 19, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

It's really quite ridiculous. I'm staring at my table, which I have refreshed, and I know there is a 1 sitting there in the column. Yet my program says it's a zero. What can be the reason for this anomoly? 


 If Not IsDBNull(adv.TimesRMEmailed) Then
            Response.Write("WE ARE HERE")
            Response.Write("TimesRMEmailed: " & adv.TimesRMEmailed)
            NumRMemails = adv.TimesRMEmailed
            NumRMemails = NumRMemails + 1
        Else : NumRMemails = 1
        End If

I put a 3 in the column and made sure it took. Usually I have to retype the data 5 times until I see a little red circle which tells me that the data took. Why do I always have to do this in the SQL tables?

When I ran my program, rather than print me the 3 which was sitting there, it thinks that the value is 0, then it adds 1 to the number and assigns it fo NumRMEmails. This is absurd....It should be 3+1=4

Why can't it read the value in the column for adv.TimesRMEmailed? It turns it to a zero every time.



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