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Old December 9th, 2003, 08:21 PM
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Default DELETE statement with ASP.NET

When I execute the SQL statement, I got an error message:
    message "Specify the table containing the records you want to delete."

The SQL statement is:

string strSQL = "DELETE FROM Project, Location, ProjectType, Registration, ";
            strSQL += @"UserType, UserProject ";
            strSQL += @"WHERE (Project.ProjectID=" +Convert.ToInt32(ProjectID)+ "AND ";
            strSQL += @"Location.LocationID = Project.LocationID AND ";
            strSQL += @"ProjectType.ProjectTypeCode = Project.ProjectTypeCode AND ";
            strSQL += @"Registration.ProjectID= Project.ProjectID AND ";
            strSQL += @"UserType.UserTypeCode = Registration.UserTypeCode AND ";
            strSQL += @"UserProject.ProjectID = Project.ProjectID)";

I added the table names after "DELETE FROM", but why??? Could you tell me how to fix the problem?

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Old December 9th, 2003, 09:35 PM
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You can only delete rows from one table at a time in a DELETE statement...

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