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Default Fail to user "Math.Abs" inside SQL statement

I want to get the absolute vale of a field (NumberField) inside my table which are both negative and positve.

My SQL State is:
strSQL="SELECT top 1 Math.Abs(NumberField) as MaxID" & _
 "FROM MyTable Order by MaxID DESC;"
Dim Adapter As New OleDbDataAdapter(strSQL,Conn)
Dim Dset as new Dataset

I always got error:
"System.Data.OleDb.OleDbException: Undefined function 'Math.Abs' in expression."

Anyone got any clue?



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