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I am trying to insert data from a web form to a SQL Database.  I am receiving the following error: {"String was not recognized as a valid Boolean."}  I am also receiving a similar error for text boxes that have dates. 

 Below is the code that I am using:

<asp:SqlDataSource

id="SqlDataSource1"

runat="server"

connectionstring="<%$ ConnectionStrings:ConnMktProjReq %>"

selectcommand="SELECT LoanRepName,Branch,CurrentDate,ReqDueDate,ProofByEmail,ProofByEmail,FaxNumber,ProjectExplanation,PrintQuantity,PDFDisc,PDFEmail,LoanRepEmail FROM MktProjReq"

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<asp:FormParameter Name="BranchName" FormField="BranchList"/>

<asp:FormParameter Name="Date" FormField="CurrentDateBox" Type="DateTime"/>

<asp:FormParameter Name="DueDate" FormField="ReqDueDateBox" Type="DateTime"/>

<asp:FormParameter Name="ByEmail" FormField="ProofByEmailCheckbox" Type="boolean"/>

<asp:FormParameter Name="ByFax" FormField="ProofByFaxCheckbox" Type="boolean"/>

<asp:FormParameter Name="Fax" FormField="FaxNumberBox"/>

<asp:FormParameter Name="ProjExp" FormField="ProjectExplanationBox"/>

<asp:FormParameter Name="PrintQty" FormField="PrintQuantityBox"/>

<asp:FormParameter Name="Disc" FormField="PDFByDiscCheckbox" Type="boolean"/><asp:FormParameter Name="Email" FormField="PDFByFaxCheckbox" Type="boolean"/>

<asp:FormParameter Name="RepEmail" FormField="LoanRepEmailBox"/>

</InsertParameters>

</asp:SqlDataSource>protected void Button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)

{

SqlDataSource1.Insert();

}

I have been searching forums for parsing data, but I haven't found anything that works.  Can anyone provide guidance.

Thank you,

Paul

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