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Using LIKE in SQL to compare Money type field to a string

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hi

i have the following sql statement
" select bla bla bla...... where  Price  " like '%" & Request.form("selectvalue") & "%'"  

This sql statement works Ok in ACCESS but in SQL 2000 i get the following error

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e14'

[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Implicit conversion from data type money to varchar is not allowed. Use the CONVERT function to run this query.

Any idea how to fix that ?
Thx
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Question by:humer2000
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    by:Hilaire
    try

    " select bla bla bla...... where  CONVERT(VARCHAR(20), Price)  " like '%" & Request.form("selectvalue") & "%'"  
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    or like this (shorter but does exactly the same)

    " select bla bla bla...... where  CAST(Price as VARCHAR)  " like '%" & Request.form("selectvalue") & "%'"  
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    by:Hilaire
    the slight differences between the two syntaxes

    - <BOL>CAST is based on the SQL-92 standard and is preferred over CONVERT.</BOL>
    - Casting money datatype to varchar uses varchar(30) as default target datatype
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