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i am trying to make that it only reads the rows where "pri_spray" = true and "row_name" = form1.selected_row

                cmd.CommandText = "SELECT * FROM spray_db where pri_spray = true, row_name=" & form1.selected_row

thx
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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if the fields pri_spray and row_name are string data type (varchar?), you need single quotes:
                cmd.CommandText = "SELECT * FROM spray_db WHERE pri_spray = 'true' AND row_name='" & form1.selected_row & "' "
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doh thx, just couldn't remeber how it was
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