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Both of my fields c.userid and o.userid are text fields but I keep getting a mismatched criteria error, but If i change them to number fields the form works.  But by doing that I mess up my entire site.  So how do I write this so that the text fields c.userid and o.userid work in this query

this is my query

SELECT c.*, o.userid, o.company
FROM paymaker AS c, freelance_customers AS o
WHERE c.userid = MMColParam AND c.userid = o.userid AND NXTFilter
ORDER BY c.pmdate DESC

Thank You
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Question by:budgilbert67
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by:budgilbert67
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By the way My pages are asp vbscript and my database is microsoft access
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by:awking00
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>> AND NXTFilter<< what? Equals something, is null?
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by:jefftwilley
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WHERE c.userid = MMColParam  <---is MMColParam text as well?
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by:Anthony Perkins
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>> >> AND NXTFilter<< what? Equals something, is null?<<
It is a boolean, as in True/False.
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SELECT c.*, o.*
FROM paymaker AS c, freelance_customers AS o
WHERE c.userid = MMColParam AND c.company = o.customer_ID AND NXTFilter
ORDER BY c.pmdate DESC

MMColParam       29          Session("kt_login_id")
NXTFilter
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by:budgilbert67
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SELECT c.*, o.*
FROM paymaker AS c, freelance_customers AS o
WHERE c.userid = MMColParam AND c.company = o.customer_ID AND NXTFilter
ORDER BY c.pmdate DESC

MMColParam           29       Session("kt_login_id")
NXTFilter               1=1       Session("filter_tfi_listRecordset37")

You guys are great for trying to help me.   the problem is related to o.customer_ID because if I point this to another field this query works.  If I change c.userid to a number field this query works.  The problem is if I change it to a number field I will have to redo about twent pages.   I don't want to have to do that.  by the way this is my first attempt to use a link.
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cdemir earned 500 total points
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why don't you change "MMColParam"s type from integer to string like that :

 SELECT c.*, o.*
FROM paymaker AS c, freelance_customers AS o
WHERE c.userid = 'MMColParam' AND c.company = o.customer_ID AND NXTFilter
ORDER BY c.pmdate DESC


i think your problem is "data type incompatibly".

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by:jefftwilley
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I think you can change them to numeric just for this query using the Val() option.

WHERE Val(c.userid) = Val(MMColParam) AND c.company = o.customer_ID AND NXTFilter

something like that.
J

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