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Posted on 1998-11-09
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I ran a query on my database looking for a record with the name---- O'Neal this name returns an error cause the " ' " is part of the SQL syntax, my question is how can i get arround this cause my database has a lot of names like this for example De'Abrew and De'Barros etc.
here's my code
CString str = "O'Neal";
m_pSet->Close();
m_pSet->m_strFilter = "[NAME] = '" + str + "'";
m_pSet->Open();
thanks in advance
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Question by:mwebster
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csalves earned 200 total points
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Hi,

You have to solve your problem in input. If you're working in VB you can substitute your ' for another carachter like ´.

If you don't have any similar carachter in your keyboard try to use a special simbol from ascii table.

You can teste this in VB for eg. i keyPreview of form.
if keyascii = ' (Ascii code) Then
   change for another carc.
end if

bye,
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by:mwebster
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good point but i'm using Visual C++5 is there another way???
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by:kretzschmar
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hi mwebster,

try to double or to triple the char ' when detecting.

i.e. O''Neil or O'''Neil

the sql-parser of your database deletes one or two depending on the database-os you use

meikl
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by:kretzschmar
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hi mwebster,

i see you have accept the given answer. have you checked out my comment or is there no interest for any further discussion?

meikl
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by:mwebster
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i did checked out your comment but it wont be very elegant to use double quotes in a person's name this problem even pops up  when i'm searching for an address sorry about that but only csalves seem to be the best answer. i solved the problem using his solution like this
i created a new class called CTrapEdit and subclassed the edit ctrl in my dlgbox traping the '\'' character whenever it's pressed
afx_msg void CTrapEdit::OnChar(UINT nChar,UINT nRepCnt,UINT nFlags)
{
      if(nChar == '\'')
      {
              //change it to another character
      }
      CEdit::OnChar(nChar,nRepCnt,nFlags);
}

BEGIN_MESSAGE_MAP(CTrapEdit,CEdit)
      ON_WM_CHAR()
END_MESSAGE_MAP()



and in my dlgBox OnInit function
i did this
m_edit.SubclassDlgItem(IDC_EDIT1,this);

and it worked hope this helps someone else outthere. of course if there's anyother way using visual C++ cuz i'm not very good a the SQL stuff feel free to lemme know
thanx again.
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by:kretzschmar
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hi mwebster,

i don't mean to store or to display or to edit the name with double or triple quotes, only temporary to  build your filter-option. What do you do with stored names contains the char '. Do you convert them to ´ afterwise? I've checked it out with oracle and ' and ´ are different characters there.

Well, if you beginning with a empty table then your code is ok!

meikl
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by:mwebster
ID: 1025947
yes this is with an empty table i haven't figured out yet how to do it with a table that has the names stored like this already
thanx again
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