Adodb.command syntax error or access violation

adodb.command syntax error or access violation

Microsoft ODBC driver for Oracle Syntax error or access violation (-2147217900) Command Dim conn5040 As ADODB.Connection Dim param5040 As ADODB.Parameter. Syntax Error Or Access Violation. May 3, 2006. I'm getting the error for the following piece of code. Sub itconfandscratch() Dim Cn As ADODB.Connection. I have fixed the error by rewriting the line below. 'Configure the command. Dim cmd As New ADODB.Command cmd.ActiveConnection = cn cmd. adodb.command syntax error or access violation

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Getting Runtime Error: Syntax Error Or Access Violation

May 3, 2006

I'm getting the error for the following piece of code.

Sub itconfandscratch()
Dim Cn As ADODB.Connection
Dim Server_Name As String
Dim Database_Name As String
Dim User_ID As String
Dim Password As String
Dim SQLStr As String
Dim rs As ADODB.Recordset
Set rs = New ADODB.Recordset
Server_Name = "sturecord"
Database_Name = "Scratch" ' Enter your database name here
SQLStr = "SELECT stuname FROM dbo.sturec" ' Enter your SQL here
Set Cn = New ADODB.Connection
Cn.Open "Driver={SQL Server};Server=" & Server_Name & ";Database=" & Database_Name & ""..............

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Jan Asks: Microsoft ODBC driver for Oracle Syntax error or access violation (-2147217900)
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Code:


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I have created a stored procedure in SQL and am trying to run it in VB.  This is my first attempt with stored procedures.  The error message I am gettting is "Syntax eror or access violation".
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CREATE PROCEDURE prdProdPlanDrwg
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BEGIN
while @@rowcount > 0
Update prdProdPlan_xxx set parseString = replace(parseString, substring(parseString, patindex('%[^A-Z0-9]%', parseString), 1), '')
where patindex('%[^A-Z0-9]%', parseString) <> 0
END
'-----------------------------
Here's my vb code:
    Dim cmd As ADODB.Command
    Set cmd = New ADODB.Command
    With cmd
        .ActiveConnection = conProdPlan 'CN  ' your connection object
        .CommandText = "prdProdPlanDrwg"
        .CommandType = adCmdStoredProc
    End With
    cmd.Execute
    Set cmd = Nothing
End Sub
'----------------------------

Here's my connection string:
Set conProdPlan = New Connection
   conProdPlan.Open "PROVIDER=MSDataShape;Data PROVIDER=MSDASQL;dsn=sql;uid=sa;pwd=1234;database=main;"

Trying to run stored SQL Procedure in VBA

Hi. I am trying to run a stored SQL procedure in VBA. I have the below code. I get "Syntax error or access violation" on the objMyCmd.Execute line. I feel like I am not correctly pointing to the location of the stored procedure. Anyone have any ideas? The query I am trying to run is named "sql query test"

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Error Type:
Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server (0x80040E14)
Syntax error or access violation
/Includes/dbfunctions1.asp, line 89

 

I wrote out the actaul sql string and tested it and it works in the database. So I'm not sure what the problem is.

 

it's all inline sql so it's not a rights issue with the stored proc and it has permission with the table.

 

Here is the atual sql:

 

SELECT DISTINCT dbo.tblEvents.EventID, dbo.tblEvents.EventTitle, dbo.tblEvents.EventTeaserShort, dbo.tblEventDates.EventDate, dbo.tblEvents.EventTimeStart FROM dbo.tblEvents INNER JOIN dbo.tblEventDates ON dbo.tblEvents.EventID = dbo.tblEventDates.EventID WHERE tblEventDates.EventDate Between '5/20/2006' And '5/26/2006' Order By dbo.tblEventDates.EventDate, dbo.tblEvents.EventTimeStart

 

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groups as well.

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I have a stored procedure that inserts data into another
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screen) it executes great. All data moves right over to
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State: 0
Properties: IAccessor: True
Properties: IChapteredRowset: True
Properties: IColumnsInfo: True
Properties: IColumnsRowset: True
Properties: IConnectionPointContainer: True
Properties: IConvertType: True
Properties: ILockBytes: False
Properties: IRowset: True
Properties: IDBAsynchStatus: False
Properties: IParentRowset: True
Properties: IRowsetChange: False
Properties: IRowsetExactScroll: True
Properties: IRowsetFind: True
Properties: IRowsetIdentity: True
Properties: IRowsetInfo: True
Properties: IRowsetLocate: True
Properties: IRowsetRefresh: True
Properties: IRowsetResynch: False
Properties: IRowsetScroll: True
Properties: IRowsetUpdate: False
Properties: IRowsetView: True
Properties: IRowsetIndex: False
Properties: ISequentialStream: True
Properties: IStorage: False
Properties: IStream: False
Properties: ISupportErrorInfo: True
Properties: Preserve on Abort: True
Properties: Access Order: 2
Properties: Append-Only Rowset: False
Properties: Blocking Storage Objects: False
Properties: Use Bookmarks: True
Properties: Skip Deleted Bookmarks: True
Properties: Bookmark Type: 1
Properties: Cache Deferred Columns: False
Properties: Fetch Backwards: True
Properties: Hold Rows: True
Properties: Scroll Backwards: Adodb.command syntax error or access violation Properties: Change Inserted Rows: True
Properties: Column Privileges: False
Properties: Command Time Out: 30
Properties: Preserve on Commit: True
Properties: Defer Column: False
Properties: Delay Storage Object Updates: True
Properties: Private1:
Turkiy? terrorla mubariz? Filter Operations: 27
Properties: Find Operations: 27
Properties: Hidden Columns: 0
Properties: Immobile Rows: True
Properties: Literal Bookmarks: True
Properties: Literal Row Identity: True
Properties: Maximum Open Rows: 0
Properties: Maximum Pending Rows: 0
Properties: Maximum Rows: 0
Properties: Column Writable: False
Properties: Memory Usage: 0
Properties: Notification Granularity: 1
Properties: Notification Phases: 31
Properties: Column Set Notification: 3
Properties: Row Delete Notification: 3
Adodb.command syntax error or access violation Row First Change Notification: 3
Properties: Row Insert Notification: 3
Properties: Row Resynchronization Notification: 3
Properties: Rowset Release Notification: 3
Properties: Rowset Fetch Position Change Notification: 3
Properties: Row Undo Change Notification: 3
Properties: Row Undo Delete Notification: 3
Properties: Row Undo Insert Notification: 3
Properties: Row Update Notification: 3
Properties: Bookmarks Ordered: True
Properties: Others' Inserts Visible: False
Properties: Others' Changes Visible: False
Properties: Own Inserts Visible: True
Properties: Own Changes Visible: True
Properties: Quick Restart: True
Properties: Reentrant Events: True
Properties: Remove Deleted Rows: True
Properties: Report Multiple Changes: False
Properties: Return Pending Inserts: True
Properties: Row Privileges: False
Properties: Asynchronous Rowset Processing: 0
Properties: Row Threading Model: 1
Properties: Server Cursor: False
Properties: Strong Row Identity: True
Properties: Objects Transacted: False
Properties: Unique Rows: False
Properties: Updatability: 7
Properties: Batch Size: 15
Properties: Update Criteria: 2
Properties: Background Fetch Size: 15
Properties: Initial Fetch Size: 50
Properties: Background thread Priority: 3
Properties: Cache Child Rows: True
Properties: Maintain Change Status: False
Properties: Auto Recalc: 1
Properties: Unique Table:
Properties: Unique Schema:
Properties: Unique Catalog:
Properties: Resync Command:
Properties: Cursor Engine Version: 27
Properties: Reshape Name:
Properties: Update Resync: 1
Properties: Bookmarkable: True

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Jordan Ferrier

 

Syntax error or access violation

So i'm trying to select some content out of sql. I get this error:

 

Error Type:
Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server (0x80040E14)
Syntax error or access violation
/Includes/dbfunctions1.asp, line 89

 

I wrote out the actaul sql string and tested it and it works in the database. So I'm not sure what the problem is.

 

it's all inline sql so it's not a rights issue with the stored proc and it has permission with the table.

 

Here is the atual sql:

 

SELECT DISTINCT dbo.tblEvents.EventID, dbo.tblEvents.EventTitle, dbo.tblEvents.EventTeaserShort, adodb.command syntax error or access violation, dbo.tblEventDates.EventDate, dbo.tblEvents.EventTimeStart FROM dbo.tblEvents INNER JOIN dbo.tblEventDates ON dbo.tblEvents.EventID = dbo.tblEventDates.EventID WHERE tblEventDates.EventDate Between '5/20/2006' And '5/26/2006' Order By dbo.tblEventDates.EventDate, dbo.tblEvents.EventTimeStart

 

Here is the ASP (this is where i think the problem is):

 

Function GetRecords()

'on error resume next
 Set m_rsEvents = server.CreateObject("Adodb.Recordset")
  
 Dim cmd
 Dim strQuery

 strQuery = "SELECT DISTINCT  dbo.tblEvents.EventID, dbo.tblEvents.EventTitle, dbo.tblEvents.EventTeaserShort, dbo.tblEventDates.EventDate, dbo.tblEvents.EventTimeStart "
 strQuery = strQuery & "FROM  dbo.tblEvents INNER JOIN dbo.tblEventDates ON dbo.tblEvents.EventID = dbo.tblEventDates.EventID WHERE "
 strQuery = strQuery & MakeWhereClause
 strQuery = strQuery & " Order By dbo.tblEventDates.EventDate, dbo.tblEvents.EventTimeStart"
  
 Set cmd = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Command")
 cmd.ActiveConnection = oConn
 cmd.CommandType = adCmdText
 cmd.CommandText = strQuery

 Response.Write cmd.CommandText
 response.End()
 Set m_rsEvents = GetReadOnlyRecordset(cmd)

 


 Set cmd = Nothing
End Function

Trying to run stored SQL Procedure in VBA

Hi. I am trying to run a stored SQL procedure in VBA, adodb.command syntax error or access violation. I have the below code. I get "Syntax error or access violation" on the objMyCmd.Execute line. I feel like Adodb.command syntax error or access violation am not correctly pointing to the location of the stored procedure. Anyone have any ideas? The query I am trying to run is named "sql query test"

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

sub test
'Gets Raw Data From SQL
'Declare variables'
Set objMyConn = New ADODB.Connection
Set objMyCmd = New ADODB.Command
Set objMyRecordset = New ADODB.Recordset
Dim myConStr As String
adodb.command syntax error or access violation myConStr = --connection data is here. Don't want to post.

'Open Connection'
objMyConn.ConnectionString = myConStr
objMyConn.Open

adodb.command syntax error or access violation 'Set and Excecute SQL Command'
Set objMyCmd.ActiveConnection = objMyConn
objMyCmd.CommandText = "sql query test"
hasp + error 1009 objMyCmd.CommandType = adCmdStoredProc
objMyCmd.Execute

end sub

 

8.4 Connector/ODBC Errors and Resolutions (FAQ)

The following section details some common errors and their suggested fix or alternative solution. If you are still experiencing problems, adodb.command syntax error or access violation, use the Connector/ODBC mailing list; see Section 9.1, “Connector/ODBC Community Support”.

Many problems can be resolved by upgrading your Connector/ODBC drivers to the latest available release. On Windows, make sure that you have the latest versions of the Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) installed.

64-Bit Windows and ODBC Data Source Motorola razr v3i error 84 I have installed Connector/ODBC on Windows XP x64 Edition or Windows Server 2003 R2 x64. The installation completed successfully, but the Connector/ODBC driver does not appear in.

error p 08 canon mp280 This is not a bug, but is related to the way Windows x64 editions operate with the ODBC driver. On Windows x64 editions, c4430 error c++ the Connector/ODBC driver is installed in the folder. However, the default that is available through the or in Windows x64 Editions is located in the folder, and only searches this folder for ODBC drivers.

On Windows x64 editions, use the ODBC administration tool located at this will correctly locate the installed Connector/ODBC drivers and enable you to create a Connector/ODBC DSN.

This issue was originally reported as Bug #20301.

Error 10061 (Cannot connect to server)

When connecting or using the Test button adodb.command syntax error or access violation I get error 10061 (Cannot connect to server)

This error can be raised by a number of different issues, including server problems, network problems, and firewall and port blocking problems. For more information, adodb.command syntax error or access violation, see Can't connect to [local] MySQL server.

"Transactions are not enabled" Error

The following error is reported when using transactions:

This error indicates that you are trying to use transactions with a MySQL table that does not support transactions. Transactions are supported within MySQL when using the database engine, adodb.command syntax error or access violation, which is the default storage engine in MySQL 5.5 and higher. In versions of MySQL before MySQL 5.1, you may also use the engine.

Check the following before continuing:

  • Verify that your MySQL server supports a transactional database engine. Use to obtain a list of the available engine types.

  • Verify that the tables you are updating use a transactional database engine.

  • Ensure that you have not enabled the option in your DSN.

#DELETED# Records Reported by Access

Access reports records as when inserting or updating records in linked tables.

If the inserted or updated records are shown as in Access, then:

  • If you are using Access 2000, get and install the newest (version 2.6 or higher) Microsoft MDAC () from https://www.microsoft.com/en-in/download/details.aspx?id=21995. This fixes a bug in Access that when you export data to MySQL, the table and column names aren't specified.

    Also, get and apply the Microsoft Jet 4.0 Service Pack 5 (SP5), which can be found at http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q239114. This fixes some cases where columns are marked as in Access.

  • For all versions of Access, enable the Connector/ODBC adodb.command syntax error or access violation option. For Access 2.0, also enable the option.

  • Include a in all tables that you want to be able to update.

  • Include a primary key in the table. If not, new or updated rows may show up as.

  • Use only float fields. Access fails when comparing with single-precision floats. The symptom usually is that new or updated rows may show up as or that you cannot find or update rows.

  • If you are using Connector/ODBC to link to a table that has a sss6686 v.2.112 error column, the results are displayed as. The work around solution is:

    • Have one more dummy column with as the data type.

    • Select the option in the connection dialog in ODBC DSN Administrator.

    • Delete the table link from Access and re-create it.

    Old records still display as but newly added/updated records are displayed properly.

Write Conflicts or Row Location Errors

How do I handle Write Conflicts or Row Location errors?

If you see the following errors, select the option in the DSN configuration dialog, or specifyas the connection parameter:

Importing from Access 97

Exporting data from Access 97 to MySQL reports a.

This error is specific to Access 97 and versions of Connector/ODBC earlier than 3.51.02. Update to the latest version of the Connector/ODBC driver to resolve this problem.

Importing from Microsoft DTS

Exporting data from Microsoft DTS to MySQL reports a .

This error occurs only with MySQL tables using the or data types. You can fix this error by upgrading your Connector/ODBC driver to version 3.51.02 or higher.

SQL_NO_DATA Exception from ODBC.NET

Using ODBC.NET with Connector/ODBC, while fetching empty string (0 length), it starts giving the exception.

You can get the patch that addresses this problem from http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q319243, adodb.command syntax error or access violation.

Error with SELECT COUNT(*)

Using within Visual Basic and ASP returns an error.

This error occurs because the expression is returning aand ADO cannot make sense of a number this big. Select the option (option value 16384).

Multiple-Step Operation Error

Using the or ADO methods, adodb.command syntax error or access violation, the error is returned.

The and methods from ADO do not work as expected when the cursor location is specified as . On the other hand, you can overcome this error by using.

A simple example can be found from error svc /system/filesystem/root default http://www.dwam.net/iishelp/ado/docs/adomth02_4.htm

Modified Record Error

slaptest auxpropfunc error invalid parameter supplied Access returns while editing records on a Linked Table.

In most cases, this can be solved by doing one of the following things:

  • Add a primary key for the table if one doesn't exist.

  • Add a timestamp column if one doesn't exist.

  • Only use double-precision float fields. Some programs may fail when they compare single-precision floats, adodb.command syntax error or access violation.

If these strategies do not help, start by making a log file from the ODBC manager (the log you get when requesting logs from ODBCADMIN) and a Connector/ODBC log to help you figure out why things go wrong. For instructions, see Section 5.9, “Getting an ODBC Trace File”.

Direct Application Linking Under Unix or Linux

When linking an application directly to the Connector/ODBC library under Unix or Linux, the application crashes.

Connector/ODBC under Unix or Linux is not compatible with direct application linking. To connect to an ODBC source, use a driver manager, such as or .

Microsoft Office and DATE or TIMESTAMP Columns

Applications in the Microsoft Office suite cannot update tables adodb.command syntax error or access violation that have or columns.

This is a known issue with Connector/ODBC, adodb.command syntax error or access violation. Ensure that the field has a default value (rather than ) and that the default value is nonzero (that is, something other than ).

INFORMATION_SCHEMA Database

When connecting Connector/ODBC 5.x to a MySQL 4.x server, the error is returned.

Connector/ODBC 5.x is designed to work with MySQL 5.0 or later, taking advantage of the database to determine data definition information. Support for MySQL 4.1 is planned for the final release.

S1T00 Error

When callingthe error is returned, but I cannot find this in the list of error numbers for Connector/ODBC, adodb.command syntax error or access violation.

The adodb.command syntax error or access violation indicates that a general timeout has occurred within the ODBC system and is not a MySQL error. Typically it indicates that the connection you are using is stale, the server is too busy to accept your request or that internal error 2908 the server has gone away.

"Table does not exist" Error in Access 2000

When linking to tables in Access 2000 and generating links to tables programmatically, rather than through the table designer interface, you may get errors about tables not existing.

There is a known issue with a specific version of the that exhibits this issue. The version affected is 4.0.9025.0. Reverting to an older version will enable you to create the links. If you have recently updated your version, check your directory for the older version of the file and copy it to the drivers directory.

Batched Statements

When I try to use batched statements, the execution of the batched statements fails.

Batched statement support was added in 3.51.18. Support for batched statements is not enabled by default. Enable option value 67108864, or select the Allow multiple statements flag within a GUI configuration. Batched statements using prepared statements is not supported in MySQL.

Packet Errors with ADODB and Excel

When connecting to a MySQL server using ADODB and Excel, occasionally the application fails to communicate with the server and the error appears in the error log.

This error may be related to Keyboard Logger 1.1 from PanteraSoft.com, which is known to interfere with the network communication between MySQL Connector/ODBC and MySQL.

Outer Join Error

When using some applications to access a MySQL server using Connector/ODBC and outer joins, an error is reported regarding the Outer Join Escape Sequence.

This is a known issue with MySQL Connector/ODBC which is not correctly parsing the "Outer Join Escape Sequence", as per the specs at Microsoft ODBC Specs. Currently, Connector/ODBC will return a value > 0 when asked for even though no parsing takes place in the driver to handle the outer join escape sequence.

Hebrew/CJK Characters

I can correctly store extended characters in the database (Hebrew/CJK) using Connector/ODBC 5.1, adodb.command syntax error or access violation, but when I retrieve the data, the text is not formatted correctly and I get garbled characters.

When using ASP and UTF8 characters, add the following to your ASP files to ensure that the data returned is correctly encoded:

Duplicate Entry in Installed Programs List

I have a duplicate MySQL Connector/ODBC entry within my Installed Programs list, but I cannot delete one of them.

mpfservice .exe application error This problem can occur when you upgrade an existing Connector/ODBC installation, rather than removing and then installing the updated version.

Warning

To fix the problem, use any working uninstallers to remove existing installations; then may have to edit the contents of the registry. Make sure you have a backup of your registry information before attempting any editing of the registry contents.

Values Truncated to 255 Characters

adodb.command syntax error or access violation When submitting queries with parameter binding using my field values are being truncated to 255 characters.

Ensure that the option is set for your connection. This removes the 255 character limitation on bound parameters. error 103 delphi

Disabling Data-At-Execution

Is it possible to disable data-at-execution using a flag?

If you do not want to use data-at-execution, remove the corresponding calls. For example:

Would become:

This example also replaced &ylen with NULL in the call to .

For further information, refer to the MSDN documentation for.

NULLABLE Attribute for AUTO_INCREMENT Columns

When you call for a table column that isthe column of the result set is always .

This is because MySQL reports the adodb.command syntax error or access violation value for such a column as. It means, if you insert a value into the column, you will get the next integer value for the table's counter.


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Getting Runtime Error: Syntax Error Or Access Violation

May 3, 2006

I'm getting the error for the following piece of code.

Sub itconfandscratch()
Dim Cn As ADODB.Connection
Dim Server_Name As String
Dim Database_Name As String
adodb.command syntax error or access violation Dim User_ID As String
Dim Password As String
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victoria error abrt Set Cn = New ADODB.Connection
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