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Hello,
  I have been using DBObject.VB as is for several months with
good results. Now I am trying to "take it up a notch". In an effort to have my code "more generic" I'm converting from System.Data.SQLClient to just System.Data ie no more SQL specific methods and properties but more generic OleDB methods and properties.

  The problem is I'm now getting the error "too many arguments specified" on the "command.ExecuteNonQuery()" statement with any of my Inserts or Updates. But my Selects are fine!

  Any suggestions?
  Charles





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