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Incorrect syntax near the keyword where subquery

Hi all

can anyone help me debug the query below
I am having an error  "Incorrect syntax near the keyword where subquery"

If you do have a work around for the problem below; I will prefer the work around.

Col1|   Col1|     |Col3|   |Col4|       |Col5|   |Col6|                  |Col7|                                          |Col8|          
200 |   Mind|     |Price|   |Unnit|     |0|      01.01.2008 14:47:00      30.12.2008 14:47:00          |1|
200 |   Mind|     |Price|   |Unnit|     |1|     31 .10.2008 22:47:00      1.11.2008 14:47:00           |2|
200 |   Mind|     |Price|   |Unnit|     |1|      16.11.2008 14:47:00      20.11.2008 14:47:00          |3|
200 |   Mind|     |Price|   |Unnit|     |1|      21.11.2008 14:47:00      25.11.2008 14:47:00          |4|
600 |   Mind|     |Price|   |Unnit|     |1|                                                                                         |5|
400 |   Mind|     |Price|   |Unnit|     |1|                                                                                         |6|
600 |   Mind|     |Price|   |Unnit|     |1|                                                                                         |7|
800 |   Mind|     |Price|   |Unnit|     |1|                                                                                         |8|
200 |   Mind|     |Price|   |Unnit|     |1|        29.10.2008 14:47:00      29.10.2008 14:47:00         |9|
 
In This regard
the row below will be selected because it meets the criteria
200 |   Mind|     |Price|   |Unnit|     |1|     31 .10.2008 22:47:00      1.11.2008 14:47:00           |2|

The where condition is (|Col6| <= getdate() and |Col7| >= getdate())'      

Note I need just a query that will retrive only the primary key  |2| of Col8
set @sql_where = 
 
'where (T00A.F2AnID='+ltrim(rtrim(str(@intAID)))+') 
	and              
		(T01_ART.F3BID = 
									(select F3BID  
									 from 	T01_ART	
									 where 	(F2AnID='+ltrim(rtrim(str(@intAID)))+')
									 and 	F03_Art = T00A.F03_Art
									 and 	(T01_ART.F0_Preis = (SELECT Max(ISNULL(F0_Preis, 0)) 
																FROM 	T01_ART	inner join T00A									
																where 	(T01_ART.F2AnID='+ltrim(rtrim(str(@intAID)))+')
																and 	T01_ART.F03_Art = T00A.F03_Art 
																and 	F010_Gue <= getdate() and F011_Gue >= getdate()
																GROUP BY F03_Art
																))
									))
	
	
	and (F010_Gue <= getdate() and F011_Gue >= getdate())'	
	
	set @sql_where = @sql_where+' where  (T00A.F027=0 or T00A.F029=3 or T00A.F027=7)'

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Cvijo123Commented:
you are missing after inner join on what you joining them (line 12 in your code)

something like

FROM    T01_ART inner join T00A on T00A.something = T01_ART .something
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ZURINETAuthor Commented:
Hi Cvioj123

I put the join condition

Now I am getting
An expression of non-boolean type specified in a context where a condition is expected, near 'and'.
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Cvijo123Commented:
can u past your new code again ..
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ZURINETAuthor Commented:
set @sql_where =
 
'where (T00A.F2AnID='+ltrim(rtrim(str(@intAID)))+')
        and              
                (T01_ART.F3BID =
                                                                        (select F3BID  
                                                                         from   T01_ART
                                                                         where  (F2AnID='+ltrim(rtrim(str(@intAID)))+')
                                                                         and    F03_Art = T00A.F03_Art
                                                                         and    (T01_ART.F0_Preis = (SELECT Max(ISNULL(F0_Preis, 0))
                                                                                                                                FROM    T01_ART inner join T00A                                                                
  on T00A.F03_Art  = T01_ART.F03_Art                                                                                                                         where   (T01_ART.F2AnID='+ltrim(rtrim(str(@intAID)))+')
                                                                                                                                and     T01_ART.F03_Art = T00A.F03_Art
                                                                                                                                and     F010_Gue <= getdate() and F011_Gue >= getdate()
                                                                                                                                GROUP BY F03_Art
                                                                                                                                ))
                                                                        ))
       
       
        and (F010_Gue <= getdate() and F011_Gue >= getdate())'  
       
        set @sql_where = @sql_where+' where  (T00A.F027=0 or T00A.F029=3 or T00A.F027=7)'
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Cvijo123Commented:
can u run this query and post results
just declare your @intAID and set value to it

declare @intAID int
set @intAID = yourValue

SELECT F3BID
FROM T01_ART
WHERE
	( F2AnID = ltrim(rtrim(str( @intAID )))	)
	And F03_Art = T00A.F03_Art
	And	(	T01_ART.F0_Preis =(
													SELECT Max ( ISNULL ( F0_Preis , 0 ) )
													FROM T01_ART
														INNER JOIN T00A
																ON T00A.F03_Art = T01_ART.F03_Art
													WHERE
														( T01_ART.F2AnID = ltrim(rtrim(str( @intAID ))))
														And T01_ART.F03_Art = T00A.F03_Art
														And F010_Gue <= getdate ( )
														And F011_Gue >= getdate ( )
														GROUP BY F03_Art
												)
)

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