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Flex SQL query with variable in WHERE

Posted on 2010-08-19
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Hi all,
I'm new to Flex and am having difficulty in creating a dynamic SQL query.  Basically I have a text input box allowing the user to enter an ID to be used as the where criteria in my SQL string.

public function doSearch(planId:String=""):void
{
force.query("SELECT Id, Name, Plan_ID__c FROM Opportunity WHERE Id = "  + :planId, new AsyncResponder(querySuccess));
}

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If I replace the string with the following it works fine, but I'm just not sure how to make it dynamic:
force.query("SELECT Id, Name, Plan_ID__c FROM Opportunity WHERE Id = '0066000000AKCam'", new AsyncResponder(querySuccess));

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Any help is greatly appreciated!
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force.query("SELECT Id, Name, Plan_ID__c FROM Opportunity WHERE Id = '"  + :planId + "'", new AsyncResponder(querySuccess));
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Thanks for the quick response.  With that I received:

1084: Syntax error: expecting identifier before colon.      Main.mxml      1st Flex/src      line 34      Flex Problem
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I removed the colon and was good to go.

Thanks!
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