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I'm getting a syntax error near TransferGuestLedgertxt

.CommandText = "Update Settlement Set PreviouAdvDepositstxtTextBox= '" & PreviouAdvDepositstxtTextBox.Text & "' TransferGuestLedgertxt = '" & TransferGuestLedgertxt.Text & "', Where Sitetxt = 2 and PrimaryKey = (Select Max(PrimaryKey) from Settlement where SiteTxt=2)"

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Question by:fsuedu
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May need to specify your textbox is a string by

TransferGuestLedgertxt.Text.ToString()
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.CommandText = "Update Settlement Set PreviouAdvDepositstxtTextBox= '" & PreviouAdvDepositstxtTextBox.Text & "',
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 TransferGuestLedgertxt = '" & TransferGuestLedgertxt.Text & "'
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Where Sitetxt = 2 and PrimaryKey = (Select Max(PrimaryKey) from Settlement where SiteTxt=2)"

the ',' character
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