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I have a MS Access table with the "ModelID" column set as AutoNumber and primary key. The ModelID is set as Field Size --> Long Integer, New Values --> Increment, Format --> General Number, Indexed --> Yes (No Duplicates).
Here is the code i am trying to execute, and is giving me an exception -> insert into syntax error:
string strInsert = "INSERT INTO tbl_Models (fName, lName, Image, Answer1, Answer2, Answer3, Answer4, Answer5, Votes, ImageHead, Age, Program, StudentID, PhoneNumber, EMail) VALUES (@fName, @lName, @Image, @Answer1, @Answer2, @Answer3, @Answer4, @Answer5, @Votes, @ImageHead, @Age, @Program, @StudentID, @PhoneNumber, @EMail)";
OleDbCommand cmdInsert = new OleDbCommand(strInsert, myCon);
cmdInsert.Parameters.AddWithValue("@Image", FileUploadBody.FileName.ToString() + sRandomBody);
I have spent 2 days reading and trying to figure this out and everything i have read and every book I have brought only tells how to read info from a database and how to edit info that is in a database and they all display the data in the database!
I have a page created (getinfo.aspx)
On that page I have a correctly configured SQLDatasource (SQLSource1) (it is set to allow insert, edit and delete).
I have 1 fileupload control uploadUserPhoto
I have 2 text boxes txtName txtPhone txtCity
I have 2 drop down list boxes dropState dropCountry
The 2 drop down list boxes are "binded" to to seperate tables (via 2 other correctly configured SQLDatasource controls 0 but with out permission to insert, edit or delete) and they correctly provide a drop down list for the user to pick from the 51 states and the 200+ Countries. Those work wonderfully).
I also have a Button Control btnSubmitInfo
The table (myFriends) that SQLSource1 is "connected to" has the following columns:Column Name Type Length Nullable userID uniqueidentifier 16 false userName sql_variant 80
I am trying to insert data into my table whose primary key is auto increment. The problem i encounter is that anytime i perform the insert, it goes through and i can view
it when my application is running but as soon as i stop debugging and i run again i dont see the data again. I also notice that the insertion i did does not show up in the database. Below is the code i am using:
String name, type; name = txtname.Text; type = txttype.Text; int qtyToInt = Int32.Parse(txtqty.Text); decimal priceToInt = decimal.Parse(txtprice.Text); shopDataSet.stockRow newStockRow = shopDataSet1.stock.NewstockRow(); newStockRow.name = name; newStockRow.type = type; newStockRow.quantity = qtyToInt; newStockRow.price = priceToInt; this.shopDataSet1.stock.Rows.Add(newStockRow); this.stockTableAdapter1.Update(this.shopDataSet1.stock);
With SQL Server 2005 Express coming out, I have switched from MySql.ÃÂ I'm having trouble with a very simple INSERT statement that has previously worked in both MySql and Oracle.ÃÂ The statement is as follows:
INSERT INTO pantscolor_t (procode,color,pic) VALUESÃÂ ('74251', 'Black', '511black.jpg'),ÃÂ ('74251', 'Charcoal', '511charcoal.jpg'),ÃÂ ('74251', 'Khaki', '511khaki.jpg'),ÃÂ ('74251', 'Navy', '511navy.jpg'),ÃÂ ('74251', 'OD Green', '511odgreen.jpg');
However, when I attempt to execute this statement with Management Studio Express I get the following error:
Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Line 2Incorrect syntax near ','.
How does this happen? the tblLinks doesn't even have a column called websiteID. websiteID is the primary key of the table tblwebsite. LinkID is the primary key of tblLinks. There is not LinkID column in tblwebsite.
The INSERT statement conflicted with the FOREIGN KEY constraint "FK_tblLinks_tblWebSite". The conflict occurred in database "Linkexchanger", table "dbo.tblWebSite", column 'WebSiteID'. The statement has been terminated.
So how does this happen? How do I terminate the foreign key relationship? I understand I can add this to my Insert stored procedure:
ALTER TABLE LinksDROP CONSTRAINT FK_tblLinks_tblWebSite
but that stored procedure is used for other functions in my website, and I don't know if doing that is a good idea. Is there a way to relax the constraints for the purpose of this function here? I'm taking data from a backup links table and trying to write a new row in the links table.
Does anyone know of away around this? how to pass a null value to the stored procedure without it causing this error.
How can I get the numbers of records affected in the Merge statement, INSERT,UPDATE,DELETE separately and store it in a variable so I can get it in the application side?
I create an SSIS package, i use data flow to import rows from different server to local server. Unfortunately, there always be error message something about insert statement violated because of foreign key "The INSERT statement conflicted with
the FOREIGN KEY constraint" since the table is transactional table that has some foreign key. I want to minimize using temporary table and trying to use toolbox item in ssis.I would appreciate any since i am ssis newbie.
I'm trying to insert some records in a sql server compact 3.5 database, but with no success.
"datasource = .\Database1.sdf&quo
My problem is this, i have a nested listview that works fine but if i need to do an insert and the nested listview dont have retrived any values (that is no posts created) i cant get hold of the fk that i need. If i put a hiddenfield in the parents listview with the fk how can i find it in codebehind when i do an insert?
I am trying to mimic SQL"IN" operation using CAML. Lets take a scenario where we need fetch all the ListItems with ID within a list of IDs. The target list is realy large ( 50k records)
Possible options are from the
Working with large list Whitepaper
-> CAML (Object model) -> CAML (using Webservices) -> Portal Site Map Provider -> Search API
The Custom webpart that we are developing is on live data ( NO search API) and query is user dependent (No Portal Site provider)
As our code is deployed on to the server, we can use SPobject model SPQuery, but as CAML deosn't support "IN" Operator and not more than two logical operators in we have to nested query.
When the nested query hits the 478 nested ORs then the exception is raised
"Some part of your SQL statement is nested too deeply. Rewrite the query or break it up into smaller queries "
Firstly the Row lmit 2000 is resulting in multiple queries and on top of it, spliting it further results in performance impact.
Is there any other better solution???
Hello. I've come across this error page with a Sharepoint Server 2007. I've seen a few forums that say that Microsoft was going to fix this issue in its next major version, but I couldn't find out what version that was. Is the 2007 version
without a fix for this? Is there a patch I could get, or is this part of a bigger issue?
I should mention, I've received this error page after simply editing html code in a web part. There was no editing of sql statements. Thanks in advance.