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Hi,

Could someone convert this to an UPDATE query please?

"INSERT into report (rp_title, rp_date, rp_desc, rp_category, rp_code, rp_link_page, rp_link_brochure, rp_link_subscribe, rp_year_start, rp_year_end, rp_n_america, rp_latin, rp_e_europe, rp_w_europe, rp_middle_east, rp_asia, rp_unpublished) values (?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?);"

I'm using parameterized queries, and it will be WHERE rp_id = @rp_id

Thanks!
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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"UPDATE  into report set rp_title = ?, rp_date = ?, rp_desc= ?, rp_category= ?, rp_code= ?, rp_link_page= ?, rp_link_brochure= ?, rp_link_subscribe= ?, rp_year_start= ?, rp_year_end= ?, rp_n_america= ?, rp_latin= ?, rp_e_europe= ?, rp_w_europe= ?, rp_middle_east= ?, rp_asia= ?, rp_unpublished= ? where rp_id = ?;"
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by:bsowards
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should I put the rp_id parameter at the end or beginning of the list that follows? or doesn't it matter. i know it does in access
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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you have to put it at the end, in the order they appear in the sql statement.
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by:bsowards
ID: 18030936
Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e14'

[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Incorrect syntax near the keyword 'into'.
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 1000 total points
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sorry, forgot to remove the keyword INTO:

"UPDATE report set rp_title = ?, rp_date = ?, rp_desc= ?, rp_category= ?, rp_code= ?, rp_link_page= ?, rp_link_brochure= ?, rp_link_subscribe= ?, rp_year_start= ?, rp_year_end= ?, rp_n_america= ?, rp_latin= ?, rp_e_europe= ?, rp_w_europe= ?, rp_middle_east= ?, rp_asia= ?, rp_unpublished= ? where rp_id = ?;"
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by:danataylor
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You don't need the "into" clause for an update statement, just "update report set..."  In fact, I'm not sure it will work with it in there.
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by:bsowards
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thanx, worked like a charm
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