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Default Insert multiple rows using ExecuteNonQuery in vb.net

Newbie here and hoping this is the correct forum for my problem.

I'm trying to insert multiple rows to a table. If I run the query inside Access it first asks for confirmation and then it successfully adds the rows.

However, if I run the same sql string inside VB.net it does not add any row. Here's the code:

Dim strsql As String = "INSERT INTO tbl_ImagesDetails ( ImageID )
SELECT tbl_Images.ImageID
FROM tbl_Images LEFT JOIN tbl_ImagesDetails ON tbl_Images.[ImageID] = tbl_ImagesDetails.[ImageID]
WHERE (((tbl_Images.ImageID) Like 'ZOOMED*') 
AND ((tbl_ImagesDetails.ImageID) Is Null));"	

Dim MyConn As New OleDbConnection(connString)
Dim cmd As New OleDbCommand(strsql, MyConn)
cmd.CommandType = CommandType.Text

If Not MyConn.State = ConnectionState.Open Then MyConn.Open()

Dim iResult As Integer = cmd.ExecuteNonQuery()
Return iResult
What it does:
The code above first checks for unmatched ImageID from the Images table against the ImageDetails table. Any ImageID that's missing in the details table is then added.

I use the same code pattern when inserting only single record and they run well.

My questions:

1. Is the confirmation dialog getting in the way? If so how do I override using vb code?

2. Does ExecuteNonQuery() allow inserting multiple rows in one go?

Any help would be appreciated, thanks. My apologies if I posted in the wrong place.

Last edited by idunnno; July 13th, 2016 at 06:05 AM..
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