Don't understand this SQL ERROR??

[Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver]COUNT field incorrect

Hint: The cause of this error is usually that your query contains a reference to a field which does not exist. You should verify that the fields included in your query exist and that you have specified their names correctly.


The error occurred while processing an element with a general identifier of (CFQUERY), occupying document position (61:1) to (61:40).
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On this Query there is no calling to a field called COUNT?
And all of my Fields are in the database.
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Query:
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<cfquery datasource="#application.dsn#">
UPDATE INVENTORY
Set Description='#Description#',
PartNum='#PartNum#',SKU='#SKU#',
Mfg='#Manufacturer#',MfgNum='#ManufacturerNum#',
SellingPrice=#SellingPrice#,
Distributor='#Distributor#',DistributorNum='#DistributorNum#',
Commission=#Commission#,Commissionrebate=#Commissionrebate#,
OurPrice=#Ourcost#,
MaterialTax=#Taxable#,Category=#catid#,
AgentsCommissions=#AgentsCommissions#,
Discountable='#discounted#'
WHERE ID=#InventoryID#
</cfquery>
UNVME69Asked:
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dash420Connect With a Mentor Commented:
count error is the common in the access database. This error will occurs if any fields you refering is not valid column in the table or where clause where fields is text and you are not putting ''.

so just copy sql string and put just before <cfquery> tag.

like

<cfoutput>

UPDATE INVENTORY
Set Description='#Description#',
PartNum='#PartNum#',SKU='#SKU#',
Mfg='#Manufacturer#',MfgNum='#ManufacturerNum#',
SellingPrice=#SellingPrice#,
Distributor='#Distributor#',DistributorNum='#DistributorNum#',
Commission=#Commission#,Commissionrebate=#Commissionrebate#,
OurPrice=#Ourcost#,
MaterialTax=#Taxable#,Category=#catid#,
AgentsCommissions=#AgentsCommissions#,
Discountable='#discounted#'
WHERE ID=#InventoryID#
</cfoutput>


<cfquery datasource="#application.dsn#">
UPDATE INVENTORY
Set Description='#Description#',
PartNum='#PartNum#',SKU='#SKU#',
Mfg='#Manufacturer#',MfgNum='#ManufacturerNum#',
SellingPrice=#SellingPrice#,
Distributor='#Distributor#',DistributorNum='#DistributorNum#',
Commission=#Commission#,Commissionrebate=#Commissionrebate#,
OurPrice=#Ourcost#,
MaterialTax=#Taxable#,Category=#catid#,
AgentsCommissions=#AgentsCommissions#,
Discountable='#discounted#'
WHERE ID=#InventoryID#
</cfquery>

then launch the site. so the string within the cfoutput will print on the browser. run these sql string directly on the access query. you will get the what is the exact error.
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CFXPERTCommented:
That it kinda strange,  On first glance the code appears to be fine and shouldn't have any problems.  Have you tried putting single quotes around all the fields except for the WHERE ID = #inventoryID#.  Try to get the query to return a different error to you and through process of elimination you'll most likely find the field that is causing the problem.
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CFXPERTCommented:
Try it like this and see what it returns to you:

<cfquery datasource="#application.dsn#">
UPDATE INVENTORY

Set
Description = '#Description#',
PartNum = '#PartNum#',
SKU = '#SKU#',
Mfg = '#Manufacturer#',
MfgNum = '#ManufacturerNum#',
SellingPrice = '#SellingPrice#',
Distributor = '#Distributor#',
DistributorNum = '#DistributorNum#',
Commission = '#Commission#',
Commissionrebate = '#Commissionrebate#',
OurPrice = '#Ourcost#',
MaterialTax = '#Taxable#',
Category = '#catid#',
AgentsCommissions = '#AgentsCommissions#',
Discountable = '#discounted#'

WHERE ID = #InventoryID#
</cfquery>
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tleishCommented:
"COUNT field incorrect" is a general MS Access error.  It doesn't mean it can't find the field "COUNT", I think it means that one of the fields listed has been mispelled or doesn't exist in the table.  

In other words, the "Count" or names of the query do not match the "Count" or names in the table.  Re-check your fields in the query against the table.
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dapperryCommented:
Are you querying a table or a saved query? If the latter, you may want to check and resave the query. Sometimes, if you add a new field to an underlying table, the saved query gets messed up.

:) dapperry
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CFXPERTCommented:
Any luck UNVME69?  Just wondering how the progress is going with your problem.
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UNVME69Author Commented:
Gotcha thanks
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dash420Commented:
thanks
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