Calling a Function which uses ado command object in ASP

Hi... I am calling a function or sub if u may call it from within the same page. it works fine until i execute a ado command object. as soon as i put the execute statement in the page, all activites stop and the page doesnt execute any further from the line calling that function. can u help me plz? I use SQL server 2000 thru adodb from ASP page herez the code of my function: objRs_Check.CommandText = "sp_checksuppl" objRs_Check.CommandType=4 with objRs_Check .Parameters.Append objRs_Check.CreateParameter("accom_details_id",adInteger,adParamInput,6,xx) .Parameters.Append objRs_Check.CreateParameter("Result",adInteger,adParamoutput) .Execute() 'Execution of the page stops here''''************** End With set objRs_Check = nothing end Function

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From what I can tell, it appears that you are trying to make a parameterized based stored procedure call from a RecordSet object. In ADO you can’t do that, you have to make it through the Command object. You can make non-parameterized stored procedure calls through the Connection or Recordset objects.


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  • IncredibleHolck
    RK, Can you provide more of your code, there seems to be some items missing. It has been a while, but it would help to see how you define the command object (the nomenclature you use is confusing ... it appears to be a command, but you've named it as a recordset). Where is your connection for this command? Most commands require an activeconnection or need a connection string in order to execute. Are you referencing something for the constants (adInteger, adParamInput)? If you put in some in-line error handling, what does it say?
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  • Mkevlar
    You are not using an ADO recordset, but rather a SQL command. The example below works in our enviroment. We do it by calling a COM object with the following code. ... Dim objRs_Check as Command 'I have assumed this Set objRs_Check = New Command With objRs_Check .ActiveConnection = cnConn 'Your Connection .CommandType = adCmdStoredProc .CommandText = "sp_checksuppl" .CommandTimeout = 0 .Parameters.Append .CreateParameter("@accom_details_id", adInteger, adParamInput, 6, xx) .Execute End With set objRs_Check = Nothing ...
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  • Timallard
    I think it's your parameters ... you need to use the Set keyword to create the parameter before appending it to the params collection: Set objParam1 = objRs_Check.CreateParameter("accom_details_id",adInteger,adParamInput,6,xx) Set objParam2 = objRs_Check.CreateParameter("Result",adInteger,adParamoutput) Then add them to the collection ... objRs_Check.Parameters.Append objParam1 objRs_Check.Parameters.Append objParam2
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