Syntax Error In UPDATE Statement For MSAccess 2002 / 2003Aug 30, 2011
Syntax error in UPDATE statement for MSAccess 2002/2003
Syntax error in UPDATE statement for MSAccess 2002/2003
Why is it that when I'm trying to run my program i always see this error>>>> syntax error in insert into statement.....i declared everythingin this function has an error:
if inc <>-1 then dim cb as new oledb.oledbcommandbuilder(da) dim dsnewrow as datarow dsnewrow=ds.tables("ryan").newrow() dsnewrow.item("ID")=textbox1.text dsnewrow.item("Password")=textbox2.text ds.tables("ryan").rows.add(dsnewrow) msgbox("data added!")
update statement, i am trying to update a row within a access 2007 database here is my code.
I'm getting a strange syntax error when I run this in VB[code]....
The Username is checked before getting to this part and is definitly in the db. It gives an exception saying syntax error in update statement.
When run my code, I get this error when I try updeting my database:
"Syntax error in UPDATE statement."
Here is my code snippet.[code]...
da.InsertCommand = cmdBuild.GetInsertCommand(True)
da.UpdateCommand = cmdBuild.GetUpdateCommand(True)
da.DeleteCommand = cmdBuild.GetDeleteCommand(True)
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I get the error --- Syntax error in UPDATE statement.
The provider is jet and the table is in an ACCESS MDB. I get the same thing on a DBF file.
SQL = "UPDATE tblTenant SET Fname='" + Trim(txtFName.Text) + "', Lname='" + Trim(txtLName.Text) + "', Bdate='" + Trim(txtBday.Text) + "', Gender='" + gen + "', ContactNum='" + Trim(txtCn.Text) + "', Add='" + Trim(txtAddress.Text) + "', RoomNum=" +
May i know what is going wrong to my Update statement.
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the error i get while executing the code below in OleDb
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I Following code I am using for single entry:
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I have finally been dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st Century and I'm learning VB.NET
I get a "Syntax error in INSERT INTO statement" on the da.update line. The bulk of the code is copied from a working section of the program, I have just added the "newrow" stuff. I am pretty confident I have the names of all the fields correct.
query = "UPDATE tblProjectPatients SET " & _
"Yes =" & CBool(DgvReturns.Rows(irow).Cells(2).Value)& ", " & _
"Where ProjectID= " & _
txtProjectID.Text & " and Prac_eid = " & _
txtpraceid.Text & " and prac_no = " & _
txtPracno.Text & " and Vision_PatID= '" & _
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Error Prompted - Incorrect syntax near the keyword 'Where'.
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The code i am using is
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where i have bold the text in the code is were the error is?
if there is anything wrong with this code. It keeps coming up with the same syntax error. unless i'm missing something really silly, or i'm crap
i'm trying to add a record to a MS Access database(2003)
but i recieve this error: Syntax error in update statement
i don't know what's wrong with my code but i suspect that the problem lies in this bit of code.
If inc <> -1 Then
Dim cb As New OleDb.OleDbCommandBuilder(da)
Dim dsNewRow As DataRow
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Error : "Syntax Error in INSERT INTO statement" My code is given below
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If anyone knows where i went wrong please feel free to critique my code and let me know; or simply offer more efficient alternatives to what im hoping to achieve.
For those of you that must know, i am running the latest version of MySql server, MySql Workbench, and Visual Basic 2010 Express on a windows 7 based laptop. I'm writing this program in VB.net.
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I'm using some code I found on this forum ( at [url]) to attempt to insert some data into my access database.
I'm receiving an error, and having trouble finding it.
Almost forgot, the error message is: Syntax error in INSERT INTO statement.
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Syntax error in INSERT INTO statement.
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da = New OleDb.OleDbDataAdapter(sql, con)
it says syntax error in INSERT INTO
I keep getting this error "Syntax error in INSERT INTO statement." on this line "da.Update(ds, "Llenar")" when i try to update a microsoft access 2003 database with this app.
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3.Dim coneccion As New OleDb.OleDbConnection