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04-Jun-2012, 12:03 PM #1
VB Express 2010 - Parameter Error
Hello good people.

I am trying to create a form which will be used to access an Access database to store data. In the code below I am trying to add a new record.

I think I have entered what I have so far correctly but I get this error pictured in the attachment.

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    Private Sub btnPrintSaveANIR_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnPrintSaveANIR.Click
        'Save Impound Record to the ImpoundExistingRecords Table in PatcherDB1
        Me.ImpoundRecordsTableAdapter.Insert(Me.dtDateANIR.Text, Me.tbTimeANIR.Text, Me.tbOfficerANIR.Text, Me.cbDispatcherANIR.Text, _
                                             Me.tbHookNoANIR.Text, Me.tbVehYearANIR.Text, Me.tbVehStyleANIR.Text, Me.tbVehColorANIR.Text, _
                                             Me.cbVehMakeANIR.Text, Me.cbKeysANIR.Text, Me.tbLicensePlateANIR.Text, Me.tbLPStateANIR.Text, _
                                             Me.tbLPYearANIR.Text, Me.tbVINANIR.Text, Me.tbOwnerNameANIR.Text, Me.tbOwnerAddressANIR.Text, _
                                             Me.tbOwnerCityANIR.Text, Me.tbOwnerStateANIR.Text, Me.tbOwnerZipANIR.Text, Me.tbOwnerCountryANIR, _
                                             Me.tbOperatorNameANIR.Text, Me.tbOperatorAddressANIR.Text, Me.tbOperatorCityANIR.Text, Me.tbOperatorStateANIR.Text, _
                                             Me.tbOperatorZipANIR.Text, Me.tbOperatorCountryANIR.Text, Me.tbTowRequestByANIR.Text, Me.tbTowedFromANIR.Text, _
                                             Me.tbTowedToANIR.Text, Me.cbImpoundedQuestionANIR.Text, Me.cbWreckerServiceANIR.Text, Me.tbWreckerDriverANIR.Text, _
                                             Me.cbWreckerServiceANIR.Text, Me.tbReasonImpANIR.Text, Me.tbmlAddlInfoRemarksANIR.Text)

I hope I have given enough info.

Thanks in advance for helping.

Jay
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04-Jun-2012, 08:30 PM #2
Does the number of parameters you are passing match the number of columns in the table?

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05-Jun-2012, 03:12 AM #3
No it does not because there are some columns that are not used on this particular form. The columns which are not used in this form are meant to be blank until the data is entered in to them at a later time using another form.

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05-Jun-2012, 05:40 PM #4
don't you need to pass the same number of parameters? Pass blanks when no data is available?
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05-Jun-2012, 05:51 PM #5
I suppose I could pass "0" or null values or something as a place holder but what is important here is that I be able to enter data into most of the columns from one form at one time and then at a later time find that record and enter new data in the remaining columns and save all data in the record all from a separate form.

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