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Default Syntax in JET not the same as in ODBC

When trying to Inject an SQL command on a site that runs ODBC (just checking vulnerability, not going to do any harm) this runs just fine:


But when I try to use it on a site that runs JET it returns me this error:

Microsoft JET Database Engine error '80004005'

Syntax error on the clause FROM.

/encuestas.asp, line 111

I translated the error as it was in spanish.

Should I change the syntax? What should I do?

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