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Old April 25th, 2005, 04:45 AM
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Default Query Builder Help

I am in need of help, I have a Access Database where I am trying to extract data from, I'm using VB.NET.
I have 3 columns labelled Chassis, Board and HDD Type, I have written data to the database.
I am using a VB.NET form where I have 3 dropdown lists for the 3 colums.
The error I receive when trying to query the database is as follows

ERROR
There was a problem executing your query
Please check your query and database and try again. Details;
Syntax Error(missing operator) in query expression '(([Server].[Board]=@Board)AND([Server].[Chassis]=@Chassis)AND([Server].[HDD Type]=@HDD Type))'
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Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Dwizz,

You cannot create paramters with spaces

-> [HDD Type]= @HDD Type

remove space in "@HDD Type"

I think this should solve the issue





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