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Old January 5th, 2006, 03:20 AM
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Please help me I have an error In this line

strdml="INSERT INTO order (Id,orderdate,type,comm,disc,consigneename,lcno,da te,amount,expdate,buyerorderno,buyerorderdate,curr ency,remarks,commagent,style,model,deldate,unit)VA LUES ('"&Id&"','"&orderdate&"','"&otype&"','"&comm&"',' "&disc&"','"&consigneename&"','"&lcno&"','"&ldate& "','"&lamount&"','"&expdate&"','"&buyerorderno&"', '"&buyerorderdate&"','"&bcurrency&"','"&remarks&"' ,'"&commagent&"','"&style&"','"&model&"','"&deldat e&"','"&unit&"')"

And the error is
Syntax error in INSERT INTO statement.
But the form takes values ,when saw through Response.write strdml
Please help mein this

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Old January 5th, 2006, 05:21 AM
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Which db are you using?

Can you post the output from Response.Write strdml, please?

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Please help me why this error comes
My Querry
 strdml="INSERT INTO Id (Id,orderdate,type,comm,disc,consigneename,lcno,ld ate,lamount,expdate,buyerorderno,buyerorderdate,bc urrency,remarks,commagent,style,model,deldate,unit )values('"&Id&"','"&orderdate&"','"&otype&"','"&co mm&"','"&disc&"','"&consigneename&"','"&lcno&"','" &ldate&"','"&lamount&"','"&expdate&"','"&buyerorde rno&"','"&buyerorderdate&"','"&bcurrency&"','"&rem arks&"','"&commagent&"','"&style&"','"&model&"','" &deldate&"','"&unit&"')"
objcon.Execute strdml
response.write strdml

error is
Data type mismatch in criteria expression.

I am using ms access database
Please help me b'coz I can't go further in my work

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In access you need to surround date values with hashes - ... , #" & ldate & "#, ... etc., integer values do not need single quotes around them.

If you still have problems, can you post the output from Response.Write strdml, please?

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