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Posted on 2007-11-21
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I am trying to do an inner join and get a syntax error on my select statement.  Here is the line

"Select * from PROVIDER INNER JOIN PHYSINS ON PROVIDER.PHYSICIAN_NPI = PHYSINS.PHYSICIAN_NPI WHERE (PHYINS.INSURANCE_CARRIER_NAME = @SearchInsur"

private String SearchProviderIns
    {
        get
        {
          //  String srchCmd = "Select * from PHYSINS";
          //  String srchCmd = "Select * from PHYSINS where INSURANCE_CARRIER_NAME = @SearchInsur AND PHYSICIAN_NPI in(SELECT PHYSICIAN_NPI FROM Provider)";
           // String InsurancesrchCmd = "Select * from PHYSINS where INSURANCE_CARRIER_NAME = @SearchInsur";
           
           
           
            String InsurancesrchCmd = "Select * from PROVIDER INNER JOIN PHYSINS ON PROVIDER.PHYSICIAN_NPI = PHYSINS.PHYSICIAN_NPI";
           
           
            // InsurancesrchCmd += ProviderSearch;

            if (txtSearchInsur.Text != "")
                //InsurancesrchCmd += " where INSURANCE_CARRIER_NAME = @SearchInsur";
                InsurancesrchCmd += " WHERE (PHYINS.INSURANCE_CARRIER_NAME = @SearchInsur";

            return InsurancesrchCmd;


Any ideas are greatly appreciated.


Thanks
Kenny
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Select *
from PROVIDER INNER JOIN PHYSINS ON PROVIDER.PHYSICIAN_NPI = PHYSINS.PHYSICIAN_NPI
WHERE PHYINS.INSURANCE_CARRIER_NAME = @SearchInsur
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"Select *
from PROVIDER INNER JOIN PHYSINS ON PROVIDER.PHYSICIAN_NPI = PHYSINS.PHYSICIAN_NPI
WHERE PHYINS.INSURANCE_CARRIER_NAME = '" & @SearchInsur & "'"
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Thanks a bunch!!!
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