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Insert Statement with Coldfusion based on a previous query

Posted on 2007-03-29
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Here is my problem:

I am trying to do an insert query based on information queried in a previous statement.  I am doing a query to see if the client exists, if it does then it should proceed to the next insert, if the client does not exist it should input the information then proceed with the next insert.  Here is my code for it.

<THIS PART QUERIES THE FIELD I WANT TO CHECK>

<cfquery name="getClients" datasource="test" dbtype="test">
      select Company
      from Clients
</cfquery>
<THIS IS SUPPOSED TO CHECK TO SEE IF THERE IS AN ENTRY FOR THE ABOVE FIELD>

<CFIF #ParameterExists(getClients.Company)# is "No">
<cfquery name="insertCompany" datasource="test" dbtype="test">
INSERT INTO Clients
(City,Company,CTDue,CTPackage,CTR,CTRenewed,CTVis,DateCreated,DateMod,ID,Login,OSJ,OSR,Password,Referred,State,TimeCreated,TimeMod,Single,CBIA)
VALUUES('#City#','#Company#','#CTDue#','#CTPackage#','#CTP#','#CTRenewed#','#CTVis#','#DateCreated#','#DateMod#','#Jobnumber#','#Login#','#OSJ#','#OSR#','#Passwaord#','#Referred#','#State#','#TimeCreated#','#TimeMod#','#Single#','#CBIA#')
</cfquery>
</cfif>
 
<THIS PART BELOW WORKS >
               
      <CFQUERY name="insertJobs" DATASOURCE="test" datatype="test">
         INSERT INTO JOBS (CBia,Company,jobnumber,City,State,location,JobTitle,topurl,JobField2,Joblisting,County,login,pw,single,dateentered,timeentered,Moddate,Modtime,eResumes,send_resumes,exp_date,topusa)
         VALUES ('#CBia#','#Company#','#jobnumber#','#location#','#state#','#location#','#JobTitle#','#website#','#jobfield2#','#Joblisting#','#ValueList(getCounties.Counties)#','#login#','#pw#','#single#',#dateentered#,#timeentered#,#Moddate#,#Modtime#,'#eResumes#','#send_resumes#',#exp_date#,'1')
      </CFQUERY>
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by:ostashenp
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I only want to do that first INSERT query if the #Company# does not exist in that table.
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<cfquery name="getClients" datasource="test" dbtype="test">
      select Company
      from Clients

      ADD A WHERE CLAUSE HERE TO FIND THAT CLIENT

</cfquery>

 Now test to see if any records were found...

 <cfif getClients.recordCount eq 0>
    <!---- record does not exist---->

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by:ostashenp
ID: 18822825
I got that but now im getting an error on the data entry:

 Error Executing Database Query.
[Macromedia][SQLServer JDBC Driver][SQLServer]Line 3: Incorrect syntax near '2007'.
 
The error occurred in D:\Inetpub\test\get_jobs.cfm: line 89

87 : INSERT INTO Clients
88 : (City,Company,CTDue,CTPackage,CTR,CTRenewed,CTVis,DateCreated,DateMod,ID,Login,OSJ,OSR,Password,Referred,State,TimeCreated,TimeMod,Single,CBIA)
89 : VALUES('#Location#','#Company#','#CTDue#','#CTPackage#','#CTR#','#CTRenewed#','#CTVis#','#dateentered#','#Moddate#','#Jobnumber#','#Login#','#OSJ#','#OSR#','#PW#','#Referred#','#State#','#timeentered#','#Modtime#','#Single#','#CBIA#')
90 : </cfquery>
91 : </cfif>

SQL          INSERT INTO Clients (City,Company,CTDue,CTPackage,CTR,CTRenewed,CTVis,DateCreated,DateMod,ID,Login,OSJ,OSR,Password,Referred,State,TimeCreated,TimeMod,Single,CBIA) VALUES('Houston','Alpha Synopsys Inc','{d '2007-04-29'}','30','N','{d '2007-04-28'}','Y','{d '2007-03-30'}','{d '2007-03-30'}','J16996','login','Y','N','ocjobs','','Texas','{t '05:38:57'}','{t '05:38:57'}','J','N')
DATASOURCE         test
VENDORERRORCODE         170
SQLSTATE         HY000
Resources:

    * Check the ColdFusion documentation to verify that you are using the correct syntax.
    * Search the Knowledge Base to find a solution to your problem.
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by:gdemaria
ID: 18822899

 Your date/time values should not be in quotes...

Use

 #ModDate#

or  

 #createODBCdate(ModDate)#

You have them as '#ModDate#'

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