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I'm trying to insert a client to the database with OOP, but I get this error:

Exception in Tkinter callback
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.10/lib/python3.10/tkinter/", line 1921, in __call__
    return self.func(*args)
TypeError: conexiones.crear_cliente() missing 1 required positional argument: 'datos'

And if I remove the data variable from the create_customer function, it doesn't give me any errors, but it doesn't insert the data in the database.

I have this:

def formulario_crear_cliente(self):
		self.pagina1 = ttk.Frame(self.cuaderno1)
		self.cuaderno1.add(self.pagina1, text="Crear cliente")
		self.labelframe1 = ttk.LabelFrame(self.pagina1, text="Registrar cliente")
		self.labelframe1.grid(column=0, row=0, padx=5, pady=10)

		self.label1 = ttk.Label(self.labelframe1, text="Nombre:")
		self.label1.grid(column=1, row=0, padx=4, pady=4)
		self.crearNombre = StringVar()
		self.entrycrearNombre = Entry(self.labelframe1, textvariable=self.crearNombre)
		self.entrycrearNombre.grid(column=2, row=0, padx=4, pady=4)

		self.label2 = ttk.Label(self.labelframe1, text="Apellidos:")
		self.label2.grid(column=3, row=0, padx=4, pady=4)
		self.crearApellidos = StringVar()
		self.entrycrearApellidos = Entry(self.labelframe1, textvariable=self.crearApellidos)
		self.entrycrearApellidos.grid(column=4, row=0, padx=4, pady=4)

		self.label3 = ttk.Label(self.labelframe1, text="D.N.I:")
		self.label3.grid(column=1, row=1, padx=4, pady=4)
		self.crearDni = StringVar()
		self.entrycrearDni = Entry(self.labelframe1, textvariable=self.crearDni)
		self.entrycrearDni.grid(column=2, row=1, padx=4, pady=4)

		self.label4 = ttk.Label(self.labelframe1, text="Teléfono:")
		self.label4.grid(column=3, row=1, padx=4, pady=4)
		self.crearNumero = StringVar()
		self.entrycrearNumero = Entry(self.labelframe1, textvariable=self.crearNumero)
		self.entrycrearNumero.grid(column=4, row=1, padx=4, pady=4)

		self.label5 = ttk.Label(self.labelframe1, text="Direccion:")
		self.label5.grid(column=1, row=2, padx=4, pady=4)
		self.crearDireccion = StringVar()
		self.entrycrearDireccion = Entry(self.labelframe1, textvariable=self.crearDireccion)
		self.entrycrearDireccion.grid(column=2, row=2, padx=4, pady=4)

		self.boton1 = ttk.Button(self.labelframe1, text="Crear cliente", command=self.crear_cliente)
		self.boton1.grid(column=4, row=6, padx=4, pady=4)

	def crear_cliente(self, datos):
		datos = (self.crearNombre.get(), self.crearApellidos.get(), self.crearDni.get(), self.crearNumero.get(), self.crearDireccion.get())
		con2 = self.conexion()
		cur2 = con2.cursor()
		sql2 = "INSERT INTO clientes(nombre, apellidos, dni, numero, direccion) VALUES (%s, %s, %s, %s, %s)"

What I have tried:

What am I doing wrong? Any additional information would be appreciated.

Updated 24-Jan-22 7:47am

1 solution

The error message is clear. Look at your function definition:
def crear_cliente(self, datos):

So, when you call this function you need to pass it a parameter of whatever datos is supposed to represent. However, I notice in your function that the first line is:
datos = (self.crearNombre.get(), self.crearApellidos.get(), self.crearDni.get(), self.crearNumero.get(), self.crearDireccion.get())

So why do you need an input parameter in the first place?

Note that as with your other questions, this has nothing to do with OOP, but everything to do with function definitions, and parameter passing.
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Tomas Sanchez Garcia 25-Jan-22 11:32am    
Thank you very much for your answer, I just did what you told me.

Thanks for your time. and sorry for the inconvenience caused.

I thought it had something to do with it, in the sense that everything had to go together.

Now I'm understanding things a little more.

Thanks again.

Richard MacCutchan 25-Jan-22 11:58am    
Your are welcome. And no inconvenience caused, we all do this because we want to help.

I would recommend you take a look at The Python Tutorial — Python 3.9.10 documentation[^], as it has lots of useful information.

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