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Problem with xbasic script (Error: Not found args not found in debugger)

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  • Problem with xbasic script (Error: Not found args not found in debugger)

    The script is below. When I turn the debugger on and step through the script it errors out on args.set(). Can anyone see what I am doing wrong here? Error is "Not found args not found". Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

    Code:
    	dim sql as c
    	dim conn as sql::connection
    	dim vargs as sql::arguments
    	dim flag as l
    	dim rs as sql::ResultSet
    	dim vAID as c= "00000001"
    	'dim record_count as n
    
    	
    
    'debug(1)	
    	
    	sql = "select count(wrno) as WO_Total from work_orders where CustomerAID = :aid"
    	conn.Open("::Name::MYDS")
    	conn.Execute(sql,vAID)
    	args.set("aid",vAID)
    	rs = conn.ResultSet
    	'e.control.OpenWorkOrders = convert_type( rs.data(1),"C")
    	e.control.OpenWorkOrders = convert_type(rs.data("WO_Total"),"C")

  • #2
    Re: Problem with xbasic script (Error: Not found args not found in debugger)

    You declare vargs as sql::arguments, but then go try an args.set().
    -Steve
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    • #3
      Re: Problem with xbasic script (Error: Not found args not found in debugger)

      Arg....Thanks Steve...<----Retarded moment

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      • #4
        Re: Problem with xbasic script (Error: Not found args not found in debugger)

        I must have something else wrong as well.

        When I try to execute the modified code now I receive an error. "rs = conn.ResultSet, no result set is available while getting latest result set. conn.resultset subelement not found"

        If I change my SQL statement and hard code the AID it works though. See anything else wrong with what I am doing Steve? Thank you for your input! I know your time is valuable.

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        • #5
          Re: Problem with xbasic script (Error: Not found args not found in debugger)

          Revised Code:

          Code:
          	dim sql as c
          	dim conn as sql::connection
          	dim args as sql::arguments
          	dim flag as l
          	dim rs as sql::ResultSet
          	dim session.aid as C="00000001"
          	dim vAID as C=session.aid   
          	'dim record_count as n
          	sql = "select count(wrno) as WO_Total from work_orders where CustomerAID = :aid"
          	conn.Open("::Name::MYDS")
          	conn.Execute(sql,vAID)
          	args.set("aid",vAID)
          	rs = conn.ResultSet
          	'e.control.OpenWorkOrders = convert_type( rs.data(1),"C")
          	e.control.OpenWorkOrders = convert_type(rs.data("WO_Total"),"C")

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          • #6
            Re: Problem with xbasic script (Error: Not found args not found in debugger)

            I'm not Steve, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express...

            Change conn.Execute(sql,vAID) to conn.Execute(sql,args) and Move the args.set() line up above it.
            Jim Coltz
            Alpha Custom Database Solutions, LLC
            A5CustomSolutions.com
            jimcoltz@a5customsolutions.com

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            • #7
              Re: Problem with xbasic script (Error: Not found args not found in debugger)

              JIM!!!!! I am really struggling today. Thank you sir!

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              • #8
                Re: Problem with xbasic script (Error: Not found args not found in debugger)

                Jim,

                When working with server side events...Am I limited to working with a single result set? Would it be possible to now execute more SQL for a different result set or are you limited to 1?

                So the xbasic above gives me the count of all open work orders. Now let's say I want to get the number of communications for that particular user from a different table. I can add another block of xbasic to set the value of a different control based on that result set?

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                • #9
                  Re: Problem with xbasic script (Error: Not found args not found in debugger)

                  Or do I need to create them all as individual xbasic functions and do an ajaxcallback and set the value of the controls client side?

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                  • #10
                    Re: Problem with xbasic script (Error: Not found args not found in debugger)

                    Any Xbasic script/function can have as many resultsets as you want -- they just need different pointers.

                    Code:
                    dim rs1 as sql::resultset
                    dim rs2 as sql::resultset
                    
                    ' do some stuff
                    rs1 = cn.resultset
                    
                    ' do more stuff
                    rs2 = cn.resultset
                    I've found that naming the pointers rs1 and rs2 aren't as helpful, say, as naming them rs_wos and rs_comms for instance.
                    -Steve
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                    • #11
                      Re: Problem with xbasic script (Error: Not found args not found in debugger)

                      Thanks both of you!

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