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Something figured out the hard way. I assume this error occurs when you query views as well as tables.3. Ben Nadel Nov 2, 2007 at 8:23 AM 12,905 Comments Glad to have helped :) James Dec 31, 2007 at 3:53 PM 1 Comments Wow. I'm still using ColdFusion studio, so I refreshed the database in the db tab and it fixed the error. his comment is here

The Date Escape Sequence is to be used in literal inserts.For parameterized Date inserts you can use setDate().For example : preparedStatement = con.prepareStatement("insert into TDATE values (?,?)"); preparedStatement.setInt(1,4); prepstmt.setDate(2, java.sql.Date.valueOf("2009-05-19")); preparedStatement.execute(); Regards Claus Pedersen 2. Why were pre-election polls and forecast models so wrong about Donald Trump? Not the answer you're looking for?

I'm only changing datasource. Looking For A New Job? This post probably saved me 3 hours worth of debugging Carole Mar 21, 2008 at 1:08 PM 1 Comments I was getting this error when using cfqueryparam to pass a value Your post saved me time!Everything was working fine then WHAT Happened???

The error message returned by in the MessageText describes the error and its cause. Does Intel sell CPUs in ribbons? All rights reserved.Terms of Use|Trademarks|Privacy Statement|Site Feedback Stored Procedure ============= CREATE PROCEDURE sp_InsertNewUser txtFName varchar(50), txtLName varchar(50), txtUserName varchar(50), txtPassword varchar(50), txtEmail varchar(50), txtCode varchar(50), intSchoolID int, intUserID int OUTPUT AS INSERT INTO tblUser (txtFName, txtLName, txtUserName, txtPassword,

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Ben Nadel Jun 1, 2009 at 1:49 PM 12,905 Comments @Cheryl, Ah, ok. and no longer do it ... Departing from airport before visa is valid, but arriving when it is Understanding model independently the equivalence of two ways of obtaining homotopy types from categories. Then you run the query again.

  1. I'm glad I made the switch.Using ColdFusion Builder, double clicking on the field name places it at the cursor.
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  3. Just a hypothesis!Hope this helps - keep up the good work, Ben!
  4. Make a change on the SQL side, the query may fail.
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  6. Edward Beckett Aug 29, 2012 at 8:56 PM 92 Comments I've had some issues using select * ...
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The query is: SELECT brand.sBrandName, model.sModelName, agentmaster.sAgentmasterLogo, model.nModelNo, agent.nAgentNo, agent.sAgentName, agent.sAgentCity, agent_model_rel.sComment, agent_model_rel.sModelPrice, agent_model_rel.sSubscriptionPrice, subscription.sSubscriptionName, company.sCompanyName, agent_model_rel.nInStore FROM agentmaster INNER JOIN agent ON agentmaster.nAgentMasterNo = agent.nAgentMasterNo INNER JOIN agentgeo ON agent.nAgentGeoNo more hot questions question feed default about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Ben Nadel Apr 1, 2010 at 11:14 AM 12,905 Comments @Tri, I've definitely used that a few times, especially before I realized that "select *" was the culprit. Sever: Windows Server 2003 SP1 ERROR MESSAGE: [SQLServer 2000 Driver for JDBC]Value can not be converted to requested type When I do a search of the knowledge base, I

Rebooting of course also clears the cache. this content Ben Nadel On User Experience (UX) Design, JavaScript, ColdFusion, Node.js, Life, and Love. Lucky for me I didn't change too much (except for that deleted column).Narrowed down my problem to the CFQUERYPARAM usage and then googled the error.Thank you! Ben Nadel Jun 1, 2009 at 1:28 PM 12,905 Comments @Cheryl, You're saying you're still getting the error on non-select-* queries?

your post helped me figure out what was going wrong. So I tried the solution posted above by Tri and MrBuzzy, which was to go to the datasource in CFAdmin, tick "Disable Connections -- Suspend all client connections" under Advanced Settings, I really hate going into the lowdown nitty gritty of how CF, JDBC and MSSQL interact and as a fellow lazy programmer this tip solved my problem in 5min! weblink If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site.Would you like to participate?

on the last CFPROCPARAM line when I try and run it in CF. I'm getting this very wierd error: [Microsoft][SQLServer 2000 Driver for JDBC]Value can not be converted to requested type This error seems to accure in Varchar/String fields only. Bananas :) Cheryl Miller Nov 20, 2009 at 3:03 PM 8 Comments @Mike,I resisted the long select statements too, but finally I started using CFCs so it only has to be

The problem is inevitably SQL SELECT statements that use (*) such as:SELECT*FROM[table]I am not 100% sure why this takes place, but here's my version: ColdFusion caches the SQL statement (or SQL

Toolbox.com is not affiliated with or endorsed by any company listed at this site. The only fix I could come up with was to restart ColdFusion service (not great, I know). If I execute a piece of code like this: stmt = connection.prepareStatement( "UPDATE Table1 " + "SET date1=?"); stmt.setString(1, "1/1/1990"); stmt.executeUpdate(); It might work on certain SQL servers (configured in a I'm saying that I could swear the error went away when I refreshed the datasource through CFStudio.

Not sure. How to reply? S Code snippets attached.. check over here Top 1. [SQLServer JDBC Driver]Value can not be converted to requested Hi Everyone I have some problems with a query that worked fine on CF 4.5 but does'nt work on MX.

All Rights Reserved. Are you using SELECT * in your queries? Developer at SmartEtailing Senior Developer at SmartEtailing ColdFusion Developer Needed at New Jersey Citizen Action Oil Group Searching for tech jobs? Thanks for getting this out there for us, Ben.

Having a peculiar problem running a MS-SQL 2000 Stored Procedure in CFMX6.1. I think if it's OUT only there may be an issue, or you could set a default for the value in the proc intUserid int OUTPUT = null. As long as it's gone now :) Stephanie Jul 24, 2009 at 7:30 PM 2 Comments Yup. All rights reserved.

Google on this phrase yields a MS-SQL issue with non-null properties of fields in the DB. Guillaume Boivin Jul 25, 2011 at 10:28 AM 1 Comments Thanks for the post, it was helpful.I would like to point the fact that a * in the query as nothing Is this something new to CF9?Commenting on Oxide said... However I keep getting [Macromedia][SQLServer JDBC Driver]Value can not be converted to requested type.

Ben Nadel Mar 21, 2008 at 1:21 PM 12,905 Comments @Carole,That will work since it will flush the cached database structure.