/>I'm using the following code in my ASP.NET application to add a new record
>to the database, and return the added ID:/
You may have persuaded dotNet that your sproc returns something, ie that
it is a function, but you apparently created it as a procedure. An sproc
Jesse Castleberry wrote:
>I'm using the following code in my ASP.NET application to add a new record
>to the database, and return the added ID:
> Cmd=New MySqlCommand("sp_InsertNewCamper",Conn)
> Cmd.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure
> paramReqID = Cmd.Parameters.Add("return",SqlDbType.Int)
> paramReqID.Direction = ParameterDirection.ReturnValue
> cID = CStr(Cmd.Parameters("return").Value)
>When I execute this code, I get the error, "#42000FUNCTION
>fccamp.sp_InsertNewCamper does not exist". However, it DOES exist. I can
>see it. It's named exactly the same, there are no misspellings or anything.
>One other difference is that this is calling it a "function" where it is
>actually a procedure. I could make this a function, I guess, however, I
>don't know how to write the code in ASP.NET to grab the return value.
>I've checked Google, and found very little on this error, and don't even
>know what to look for in the manual. Does anyone know what might be going on
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