RE: ADODB.Stream.Open now with VS2005 gives wrong type error message



We do not recommend using ADODB interop to do data access in Visual Studio
2005. There are a lot of issues with that and the new ADO .NET classes
provide a much more stable and feature rich implementation to data.

Here is a KB Article that speaks of this:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910696

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SQL Server Developer Support Engineer
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From: "Sarah M. Weinberger" <mweinberger@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: ADODB.Stream.Open now with VS2005 gives wrong type error message
Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2021 12:26:37 -0700

Hi,

Sorry about the fragmented previous post. I tried to get rid of the extra
spacing but pressing Ctrl+Enter wound up sending my post. Ooops.

I have some code that with the previous vesion of Microsoft Visual Studio
2002 worked fine, but now I receive an error message.

public void MyFunction()

{

ADODB.Stream oStream;

oStream = null;

try

{

// Create a stream to save the XML structure.

oStream = new ADODB.Stream();

oStream.Open((object)System.Reflection.Missing.Value,
ConnectModeEnum.adModeWrite,
StreamOpenOptionsEnum.adOpenStreamUnspecified,
"", "");

}

}

When I try to execute the oSTream.Open() line, I get the error message:

Arguments are of the wrong type, are out of acceptable range, or are in
conflict with one another, -2146825257

Since all the arguments are option, were optional, I am clueless to why
VS2005 complains.

Thoughts?

Thanks in advance,

Sarah





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