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SQL Query Syntax Error

Posted on 2009-07-07
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Hello.

I need to make a dynamic query to RSMain based on the RSIndex id_indexador. But its not working this way...

Please help!

Thanks in advance!

comando = "SELECT * FROM tbl_Indexador" 
call abrers(comando, "listar", RSIndex)
 
DO WHILE NOT RSIndex.EOF 
comando = "SELECT * FROM tbl_Cotacao where dt_cotacao = '"&dt&"' and id_indexador = "& RSIndex("id_indexador")
call abrers(comando, "listar", RSMain&RSIndex("id_indexador"))
RSIndex.MoveNext
loop

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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what about combining this into 1 query:
comando = "SELECT * FROM tbl_Cotacao where dt_cotacao = '"&dt&"' and id_indexador IN ( select id_indexador FROM tbl_Indexador ) "
call abrers(comando, "listar", RSIndex)

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apart from that: what error do you get, on which line, etc ..?
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