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Having problem to update a comment field when user puts an apostrophe
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Hi badrul_hossain,

Double the apostrophe:

"Update MyTable Set MyField = '" & Replace(MyValue,"'","''") & "' Where MyOtherField = Something"

In principle, SQL server will see the two '' characters and only store one of them.

Tim Cottee MCSD, MCDBA, CPIM
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