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what is the mistake in this stored procedure


what is the mistake in this stored procedure

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create procedure edifyp
(
@firstname varchar(50),
@lastname varchar(50),
@Username varchar(50),
@password varchar(50),
@cpassword varchar(50)
)
as insert into esignup
(
[firstname],
[lastname],
[username],
[password],
[cpassword]
)
values
(
@firstname ,
@lastname ,
@Username ,
@password ,
@cpassword
)
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I don't see an issue with it. Why do you think there is one?

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Looks OK to me. Are you getting an error? If so, what is it?

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Perhaps...

The table doesn't exist?
You are storing passwords unencrypted?
If that is the standard of formatting in the database, your formatting standards could be improved.

Come on, give us a clue. Is this for a pub quiz?
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You're not specifying the owner/schema for the stored procedure and/or the table you're inserting into? You're trying to insert NULL values into columns that don't allow NULLs? The moon isn't in the seventh house?

Wow, the possibilities are endless!



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Inconsistent casing - do I not like that.

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Hey i don't see any issue with the procedure. If is their any problem check your table once again
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The procedure is syntatically correct. The mistake is in not telling us what error you are receiving.Unsure
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