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Funtion is not available in expressions in query expression

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Please see the attached screenshot, we get this error when running a specific query from Access 2007 against a SQL Server 2008 database located on the same machine that Access is located.

Think this also relates to another question that I have open at the following location :

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS-SQL-Server/SQL_Server_2008/Q_28109815.html

Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.
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Question by:dexani
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Try this:

- Hit Ctrl - G to open the VBA editor
- From the toolbar,  Tools --> References
- Look for any labeled as MISSING
- If found, uncheck them and re-select them from the list provided
- Click OK to save any changes and close the references dialog


If that does not work, ensure that your database is in a trusted location and has macros enabled.
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I don't see a bracket at the end of the last field?

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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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In general, you should always post the full SQL.
It is difficult to troubleshoot a generic query error without seeing the SQL...
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