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Posted 14 May 2009 - 04:07 PM Quotedid you mean that capitalized in VB.net have different meaning?? ow, and what is this for?? I'll try to fix whatever the problem is as soon as I can. Change your connection string in your first using statement to use ConnectionStringDest zxo004 8-Apr-13 12:56pm please copy true code for me . http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3958964/syntax-error-in-from-clause
Password Reminder Password Register Register | FAQ | Members List | Calendar | Today's Posts | Search VB Databases Basics Beginning-level VB coding questions specific to using VB with databases. PASSWORD is a reserved keyword in MS-Access. Why write an entire bash script in functions? One thing is for sure, while VWD is a far superior product for ASP.NET development than DW, this error is caused by your code, not the tool you are using. 06
You'd probably do better off though in a DW forum. Posts: 5 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Syntax error in FROM clause: asp Using Dreamweaver 8 and Access 2007 I am trying to build asp pages. after pressed OK, visual studio stucked..So restart again and unchecked it..Works My application are inputting 2 edit controls with integer variables and store it in a database with 1 table 3 Syntax Error In From Clause Access 2010 Oh look!
Ordering a list of strings Yes, of course I'm an adult! Posted 16 May 2009 - 04:16 AM PsychoCoder, on 14 May, 2009 - 03:47 PM, said:Neither mySQL nor MSSQL is case sensitive so that's not an issue. using(OleDbConnection conn = new OleDbConnection(a correct connection string here)) using(OleDbCommand cmd = new OleDbCommand(@"select * from Employee where username = ? http://forums.asp.net/t/1589373.aspx?Syntax+error+in+FROM+clause When answering a question please: Read the question carefully.
Posted 13 May 2009 - 01:38 AM I'm that the SQL commands need to capitalised. Syntax Error In From Clause Vb6 Kind regards, Richard #5 (permalink) July 15th, 2008, 08:33 PM Old Pedant Friend of Wrox Join Date: Jun 2008 Location: Snohomish, WA, USA Posts: 1,652 Thanks: 3 Thanked C# questions Linux questions ASP.NET questions SQL questions VB.NET questions discussionsforums All Message Boards... I don't know a thing about DW and would try to help anyway but I have no idea where DW is getting its table info.
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Jocke 08/08/2016 20:37In response to Loading ASP.NET Core MVC Views From A Database Or Other Location Good post! this content yousaid 17/08/2016 22:08In response to ASP.NET Web Pages vNext or Razor Pages Increasingly, learning a Microsoft tool is no longer worth the return on investment. I started with dialog based application, and add manually a ODBC consumer wizard and i found problem when i checked the "Binding All Column" check box. You can try this (and also try putting brackets around the table name as user may be a reserved word) mySQL = "Select UserID,Pass1 from [user] where UserID=" & Convert.ToInt32(Me.TxUserID.Text) & Syntax Error In From Clause Vba
Debug, get it in a string, and run it in the backend database editor (if possible) to see if it is working. This is where I start to see real problems. Thanke you so much .... http://wiicentre.com/syntax-error/syntax-error-missing-operator-in-query-expression-access-2010.html zxo004 8-Apr-13 12:30pm Syntax error in FROM clause.
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Syntax error in FROM Clause up vote 0 down vote favorite hi all I'm working on asp.net web application & for this Syntax Error In From Clause In C# As a guest, you can read any forum posting. zxo004 8-Apr-13 12:48pm this code copy access columns to sqlserver table richcb 8-Apr-13 12:50pm Ok, well you are using the OleDb provider as your connection string for
Your Email Password Forgot your password? this error yellow `var reader = commandSourceData.ExecuteReader(); richcb 8-Apr-13 12:44pm Is "number" a column in the myphonebool.mdb file? dave 20/08/2016 14:57In response to ASP.NET Web Pages vNext or Razor Pages Do SimplemembershipProvider in viewpages is supported?... Syntax Error In From Clause Access 2007 Reserved Words and Embedded Spaces The most common culprits among reserved words are NAME and PASSWORD, which at first glance appear to be perfectly reasonable choices for field names in, say,
Treat my content as plain text, not as HTML Preview 0 … Existing Members Sign in to your account ...or Join us Download, Vote, Comment, Publish. Was This Post Helpful? 0 Back to top MultiQuote Quote + Reply #7 Lumenii D.I.C Head Reputation: 10 Posts: 92 Joined: 04-January 07 Re: Syntax error in FROM clause. Was This Post Helpful? 0 Back to top MultiQuote Quote + Reply #3 AdamSpeight2008 MrCupOfT Reputation: 2297 Posts: 9,535 Joined: 29-May 08 Re: Syntax error in FROM clause. check over here Just testing the connection only means that your app can connect to the DB and not to a particular table.
Do you need your password? Build it in Design view, test in in Dataheet view, then switch to SQL view and copy paste SQL stqtement to you app. There is a fifth cause, and that is a genuine syntax error resulting from a typo, or otherwise misconstructed SQL statement.