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hi monks, i am getting the following error when i run my script against sql server

DBD::ODBC does not yet support binding a named parameter more than once

i am bind the parameter here

my $counter = 1; foreach my $key (keys %hdr_field_vars) { my $data_ref = $hdr_field_vars{$key}[0]; my $data = $$data_ref; #print $JBM " counter is $counter \n"; #print $JBM " data is $data \n"; use Data::Dumper; print "<--------------------"; print $JBM Dumper($data); print "-------------------->"; $sth_header->bind_param( $counter, $data ); $counter++; #print $JBM "$counter"."==>"."$data\n"; }

any solution

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