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EStack Overflow error on delphi

EStack Overflow error on delphi

EStack Overflow error on delphi

Im using MS-Access as my database engine, whenever I call the ADOCommand.Execute method, it displays the EStack Overflow error. But the error message doesn't display when I run the exe file and the database is being updated. I'm getting confused because I know what Stack overflow means, I've check my fields and the data I'm inserting and updating. My code goes like:

          + 'EMP_CODE, '
          + 'EMP_LAST_NAME, '
          + 'EMP_FIRST_NAME) '
        + 'VALUES('
          + ':vEMP_CODE, '
          + ':vEMP_LAST_NAME,'
          + ':vEMP_FIRST_NAME)';

  with DataMD1.ADOCommand1 do begin
    CommandText := sSql;
    Parameters.ParamByName('vEMP_CODE').Value := 101;
    Parameters.ParamByName('vEMP_LAST_NAME').Value  := 'MNM';
    Parameters.ParamByName('vEMP_FIRST_NAME').Value := 'MVV';
    DataMD1.ADODataSet1.Recordset := Execute;

Can someone tell me what's the problem? Thank you again.

RE: EStack Overflow error on delphi

Wrong Forum this is Interbase, there is also a Borland Delphi forum.


RE: EStack Overflow error on delphi

OHWWWW.... Thank you.

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