SQL Server :: "Invalid Object Name" - Error When Try To Save Stored Procedure
Nov 2, 2010
I'm completely ignorant when it comes to SQL Server, so bear with me. I'm following a tutorial on writing a poll [URL] and when I try to save the Stored Procedure I get "Invalid object name 'dbo.NewPoll'". I'm using Visual Studio 2010 and SQL Server 2008 Express. I'm the systems administrator of my production server, infact I have the "box" downstairs. So I can do any changes and all that. familiar with MySQL, maybe I'm not twigging on to something yet.
I tried to add a stored procedure to my already group of procedures. For example, I have link_delete, Link_insert, Link_update I need a way to insert a link and this must relax the constraints: I tried to create a Link_insert2 and the thing is underlined in red saying Invalid Object in my query window. I basically renamed the existing Link_Insert stored procedure and added the line:
ALTER TABLE tblLink DROP FOREIGN KEY FK_tblLinks_tblWebSite
because my program is not able to write to the table unless I do this. I was going to just forget the stored procedure altogether and use a sub which I did and is writing a row. It is not returning the SCOPE_IDENTITY however, and I must get that. Can someone tell me how to get that?
I am somewhat new to c# so I am unfamiliar with data access. I have used PHP but it is obviously less strict of a language than any form of dot net. With some help I have put together a try/catch sequence that outputs the below error message using a 'sqlex.Message'
Invalid object name 'nwsb_tbUsers'.
I am a bit confused about the error message though because the "tbUsers" table does exist inside of my MDF database that I created it via FTP. Is something wrong with my connection string possibly?
Server Error in '/staff' Application. Could not find stored procedure 'dbo.aspnet_CheckSchemaVersion'. Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Could not find stored procedure 'dbo.aspnet_CheckSchemaVersion'. Source Error:
Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:4.0.30319; ASP.NET Version:4.0.30319.1
Not sure what's going on with this procedure, im kind of new at dynamic DB programming. As of right now if i click a button that triggers the execution of this stored procedure the page says the connection has been timed out..despite other stored procedures working flawlessly.
I'm still trying to deploy this site, but with every problem I solve, another arises. Anyways - I've set up the database at my hosting to allow remote connections, and it is running Sql Server 2005. On my development machine, I am working with Sql Server 2008.
I've installed the asp.net schema on my hosted database, and have created several users from the ASP.NET web administration interface, as well as tested that the login works. Running the application locally with the remote connection string nets the same results. However - I'm able to run my scripts and generate my tables and stored procedures without errors - but when the site is run I get the following error on all of my .aspx pages that try to access a stored procedure:
Server Error in '/' Application. Incorrect syntax near 'LoadProfileData'. Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Incorrect syntax near 'LoadProfileData'.
Line 62: adapter.SelectCommand.Parameters.Add("@ProfessionalName", SqlDbType.VarChar).Value = professionalName; Line 63: DataSet profile = new DataSet(); Line 64: adapter.Fill(profile, "Profile"); Line 65: return profile; Line 66: }
Is this a possible Sql 2005 vs 2008 issue? I'm hoping someone else has seen this issue in a similar scenario and can point me in the right direction. The server is running asp.net 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5 and IIS 7.0.
sing VS 2008 at a workstation, I have successfully developed a local, file-system ASP.NET 3.5 website. The wbesite included a membership page with Windows authentication and a web parts page. The SQL Server 2005 ASPNETDB database has been created at an IIS web servr. Using the ASP.Net development server of the workstation, both the membership Membership/WebParts pages at the local website worked very well.
Then, I copied the website to a virtual directory at the IIS web server and creates a remote website for the workstation. Under theASP.NET development server of the workstation, both membership and webparts pages of the remote website at the IIS web server also worked fine.
However, when running these web pages from the IIS web server machine, something wrong happened with the web parts page. (The membership page still worked very well.) For the ASPNETDB database at the IIS web server machine, there is an EXECUTE permission error on an ASPNET stored procedure.
What are the differences between the ASP.NET development server and IIS web sever, which caused the EXECUTE permission error on the ASP.NET S.P.? How to find and fix the errors?
how can I create stored procedure and write my select statement in it, I know how to create dataset then put type stored procedure and assign it to the sp ... what I want is writing my sp... how can I make it ?
check the following code, this is what I want to write put I don't know where or how !
So I'm working with SQL Server 2005 and I'm having trouble saving a stored procedure. (I've only used an Apache server before, and for nothing as complex as the project I'm working on)
Nonetheless, the problem is that I don't know where to actually save the stored procedure I create. In my Object Explorer, I go to the database I want to create it in, expand Programmability, right click on Stored Procedures and choose to create a new one. That's all nice, but when I'm ready to save and test it from my webpage, it asks where to save it. This is probably dumb of me, but I don't know where to. I try to save it on the desktop and click/drag to the Stored Procedures folder in my database, but all that does is open it, not actually store it in the database. Maybe I'm getting the point of stored procedures wrong? Let me know what I should do to save it in the right place so I can access it.
This has bother me for a long time but I cannot believe there is no such a simple function. I start a new query through the "Server Explorer". The query builder is brilliant and I can easity build and test my queries. The only problem is: there is no way to save it!
If I want to use this query as a stored procedure, I need to create a new stored procedure through "Server Explorer" and than copy the query into it. And I also need to define all the parameters(filters) to finish that strored procedure. This is a boring and frastrated job as I belive the query builder has all the information to as this query into the stored procedure.
I am trying to create the following stored procedure in sql server Lat and Lng are the parameters being passed from c# code behind .But I am not able to create this stored procedureit indicates with error saying undefined column name Lat,Lng
CREATE FUNCTION spherical_distance(@a float, @b float, @c float) RETURNS float AS BEGIN RETURN ( 6371 * ACOS( COS( (@a/@b) ) * COS( (Lat/@b) ) * COS( ( Lng/@b ) - (@c/@b) ) + SIN( @a/@b ) * SIN( Lat/@b ) ) ) END sqlda.SelectCommand.CommandText = "select *, spherical_distance( Lat, 57.2958, Lng) as distance from business [code]...
I am trying to execute a CREATE TABLE which results in the following SQL exception:
Invalid object name 'UserLock'.
The statement looks like this:
USE [db] GO CREATE TABLE [db].[dbo].[UserLock] ( [Login] [varchar](150) NOT NULL, [ExpirationDate] [datetime] NOT NULL, CONSTRAINT [PK_UserLock] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED ([Login] ASC) WITH (PAD_INDEX = OFF, STATISTICS_NORECOMPUTE = OFF, IGNORE_DUP_KEY = OFF, ALLOW_ROW_LOCKS = ON, ALLOW_PAGE_LOCKS = ON) ON [PRIMARY] ) ON [PRIMARY]
The strange part is that I can run the query successfully inside the Microsoft SQL Management Studio with the same user but not within my .NET web application written in C#. I am not using any frameworks and I connect to the database with the provided classes out of System.Data.SqlClient. All other database queries work within the app. The database is Microsoft SQL Express 2005.
Initially, I have tried to use stored procedure. But I changed my mind and preferred to call sql query in codebase with command text. However, it stills tries to find initially-called stored procedure (which is neither called or exists).I think that it is related caching. But I tried it with different browsers it did not work.What might be the reason?
I created this sp just as my other sp's are created. I took an existing SP and I just modified the name of the sp for the new name. I changed the MODIFY word to CREATE and made the new procedure. All of them work when I execute the sp. Why is it when I open the sp to modify the line is underlined in red with Invalid Object Name. This is the case is each one. Select, SelectAll, Insert, Delete, and Upate. dbo is the ower of each one. I have checked the properties. Here is the code used to create: