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i have designed a form that user insert his educational information in it , so one of them is AverageMark. in my DB it's datatype is decimal(2,2).
but when i want to insert it , can not convert it to a valid decimal an will throw an exception , a part of my code is like this:

cmd.Parameters.Add("@Average", SqlDbType.Decimal).Value = Convert.ToDecimal(Average.Text.Trim());

i will be thank to solve the problem.
Posted 30-Sep-12 1:44am
Richard MacCutchan 30-Sep-12 7:22am
What is the actual value in the field Average.Text at the time of the exception, and what is the exact text of the exception?

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Solution 1

I suppose your numbers don't fit in the allowed range defined by decimal(2,2) (that is -.99 to .99).

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