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Using UNION ALL in a SQL statement in CF and getting too few parameters error.

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I am using ColdFusion and MS Access.  I have a UNION ALL query in MS Access that I am attempting to call from a CF page.  I am getting a 'too few parameters' error message.

Can you sometime tell me how to get around this?

Thanks!
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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in most cases  'too few parameters' error message is caused by error in the names of the fields from the query..



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I can run the query just fine in MS Access when I do SELECT * from queryname from CF, I get the error message too few parameters.

Thanks for you help, any other suggestions?
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I figured out my problem.  Take the points.  Thanks for your help.
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