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You have an error in your SQL syntax

Posted on 2007-11-24
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I moved my database from Access to MySQL. I then installed ODBC 3.51 driver for MySQL.

I'm getting the following error:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80040E14)
[MySQL][ODBC 3.51 Driver][mysqld-5.0.45-community-nt]You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '[Student Number] = 'Student Number' AND Not [Student Number] = '') OR ([Student ' at line 1
/aspDump/uploader.asp, line 173

The query its referring to is:

query2 = "SELECT * FROM webctgrades WHERE (([Student Number] = '" & records(3) & "' AND Not [Student Number] = '') OR ([Student ID] = '" & records(2) & "' AND NOT [Student ID] = '')) And Record = '2' And [Course Number] = '" & courseNum & "'"

I've checked the fieldnames and table name and all appear to be identical.

Any help would be seriously appreciated.
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by:GRayL
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Isn't the concatenation operator for SQL the plus sign instead of the ampersand?
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by:ben_stilwell
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Still has the same error. I should have mention that this is a query being called from ASP, the ampersands would be used there, but the query as it is executed shouldn't contain them.
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[Student Number] should be `Student Number`
[Student ID] should be `Student ID`
[Course Number] should be `Course Number`

Im not familiar with access but in mysql you need to use backticks ``
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by:ben_stilwell
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Yep that was it. I knew it was something small.

Thanks.
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