'Too many parameters..' error

  • Hi Friends,

    I am a Database-Design architect trying to write some stored procedures. I created an SP with one IN parameter and many OUT parameters....I called it from the below calling-code carefully having carefully declared the parameters but still I get this error.. Will be very thankful if somebody can point to the issue and what I missed here....below this calling code , is the stored procedure.  Thank You in advance...

    Calling Code

    Declare @UserName1 nvarchar(20),

    @UserID1 int,

    @UDesc1 nvarchar(50),

    @AuditYN1 nchar(1),

    @AuditLvlID1 tinyint,

    @UserTypeID1 tinyint,

    @UPassword1 nvarchar(20),

    @IsEmployee1 nchar(1),

    @PEID1 smallint,

    @StatusID1 tinyint,

    @SavedBy1 nvarchar(20),

    @SavedDate1 datetime,

    @EditedBy1 nvarchar(20),

    @EditedDate1 datetime,

    @Edinchar(1)

    SET @UserName1 ='SAlice';

    EXEC VSSECURITY.Sp_GetVSUser  @UserName=@UserName1,@UserID=@UserID1 OUTPUT,@UDesc=@UDesc1 OUTPUT,@AuditYN=@AuditYN1 OUTPUT,@AuditLvlID=@AuditLvlID1 OUTPUT,@UserTypeID=@UserTypeID1 OUTPUT,@UPassword=@UPassword1 OUTPUT,@IsEmployee=@IsEmployee1 OUTPUT,@PEID=@PEID1 OUTPUT,@StatusID=@StatusID1 OUTPUT,@SavedBy=@SavedBy1 OUTPUT,@SavedDate=@SavedDate1 OUTPUT,@EditedBy=@EditedBy1 OUTPUT,@EditedDate=@EditedDate1 OUTPUT,@EditType=@EditType1 OUTPUT

    Called-Stored procedure

    PROCEDURE [VSSECURITY].[Sp_GetVSUser_OUTparams]

    (

    @USERNAME NVARCHAR(20),

    @userid INT OUT,

    @UDESC NVARCHAR(50) OUT,

    @AUDITYN NCHAR(1) OUT,

    @AUDITLVLID TINYINT OUT,

    @USERTYPEID TINYINT OUT,

    @UPASSWORD NVARCHAR(20) OUT,

    @ISEMPLOYEE NCHAR(1) OUT,

    @PEID SMALLINT OUT,

    @STATUSID TINYINT OUT,

    @SAVEDBY NVARCHAR(20) OUT,

    @SAVEDDATE DATETIME OUT,

    @EDITEDBY NVARCHAR(20) OUT,

    @EDITEDDATE DATETIME OUT,

    @EDITTYPE NCHAR(1) OUT

    )

    AS

    BEGIN

    SET NOCOUNT ON

    Select @userid=UserID,@EDITEDDATE=EditedDate,@EditedBy=EditedBy,@SavedDate=SavedDate,@SavedBy=SavedBy,@StatusID=StatusID,@peid=PEID,@IsEmployee=IsEmployee,@UPassword=UPassword,@Usertypeid=UserTypeID,@AuditYN=AuditYN,@AuditLvlID=AuditLevelID,@UDesc=UDescription from VSSECURITY.TblUserMaster where UserName =@UserName;

    END

    GO

     

    • This topic was modified 6 months, 1 week ago by  Arsh.
    • This topic was modified 6 months, 1 week ago by  Arsh.
  • Oh , I figured it out. I was actually calling some other procedure with almost similar name, Caught it...thanks though.

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