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Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server error ''80040e14'' ?!!??!


Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server error ''80040e14'' ?!!??!

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Hi All,

The following error is being "kicked out" when users are trying to submit information via a web page -

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server error '80040e14'

The request for procedure 'table_name' failed because 'table_name' is a table object.

/insert_now.asp, line 68

The web page was working fine earlier in the day and then suddenly ........

Can anybody help ? what does this mean ?

thanks


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It is hard to make a judgement without the code snippet. Could you post it?

I hope this is not a production server if you haven't gotten an answer in over a day.

My first idea is that it is a programming error. When was the last time it was changed? When was the last time the IIS server was rebooted? Are you sure that you freed up the allocated objects in the code?




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Otto Schreibke
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Looks like you're trying to execute a table name as a stored procedure:

i.e. something like

Set ocmd = Server.CreateObject("AODB.Command")
...
ocmd.commandtext = "table_name"
ocmd.commandtype = adcmdstoredproc
ocmd.execute

This will fail with an error similar to the one you're reporting.

As Joe wrote above - it's difficult to diagnose without a code snippet or at least the SQL you're trying to execute.

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Otto





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Otto Schreibke


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Lauren Hendricks
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Hi all,

Well it is a production server , but the problem has magically "resolved" itself .... I was just following up for sake of completeness (just need to know WHY .. as it could be pointing to a bigger issue) I do not have access to the code as I am the DBA .. but I shall try and obtain a snippet ...

Also the IIS server may have been rebooted due to windows patch applications - I will need to confirm this with the Server team .....

The Developers have said that not code changes have been made ... I was wondering if it could be data related ...

Thanks ..

Lauren


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