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Incorrect syntax near ')'. Error

Posted on 2008-06-18
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I am using WinForms VB.NET 2005 with SQL Server 2000.  I get an error that reads Incorrect syntax near ')'. for the following code:

sSQL = "INSERT INTO NodeChild_t(ID, Child,UserGroup,) values('" & _
                  Me.cboParent.SelectedValue & "','" & _
                   Me.cboChild.Text & "','" & _
                  Me.cboGroup.Text & "')"

I always get confused when I have to concatenate an sql string.  Any suggestions?

Thank You,
Denise
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jagmohan_gunwant earned 500 total points
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Hello Friend
There is a Problem in Your Insert Statement i,.e. why it is saying like this, The Problem is the extra , in Your insert Statement before The values starts as given you insert statement should be as follows


"INSERT INTO NodeChild_t(ID, Child, UserGroup) values('" & _

                  Me.cboParent.SelectedValue & "','" & _

                   Me.cboChild.Text & "','" & _

                  Me.cboGroup.Text & "')"

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