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Hi All

I have done one function in asp.net.
        Ival.Insert(1, New DBValues("Diagnosis", Diagnosis, mod_commonFunctions.DataType.DString))
Ival is my arraylist.


  For i = 0 To IValues.Count - 1
            nvalues = IValues(i) 'the value of ith index is assgning to nvalues(here value is form of DBvalue'
            ParamList = ParamList & ", @" & nvalues.ColumnName
            ColumnList = ColumnList & "," & nvalues.ColumnName
        Next

        ParamList = Trim(Mid(ParamList, 2))
        ColumnList = Trim(Mid(ColumnList, 2))
        sqlcmd.CommandText = "INSERT INTO " & Tablename & " (" & ColumnList & ") VALUES (" & ParamList & ")"
        sqlcmd.Transaction = Tran
        With sqlcmd.Parameters
            For i = 0 To IValues.Count - 1
                Dim pParam As New SqlParameter
                nvalues = IValues(i)
                pParam.ParameterName = "@" & nvalues.ColumnName
                pParam.Value = nvalues.ColumnValue
                .Add(pParam)
            Next
        End With
        sqlcmd.ExecuteNonQuery()

When i reach executenonquery,then i got error:"Error converting datatype nvarchar to numeric"

I am not understand How to solve this error?If u have soln pls solve it and give me ans.

Thanks
monika

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You are passing a string into your SQL Query where a numeric value is expected. Verifiy your sql query.

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