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Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers erro '80040e14'

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Hi everyone. I'm not at all talented with asp, so I'd really appreciate any help.

I am getting this error after i convert my MS ACCESS db to Mysql.  (in ms access works fine).

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Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers erro '80040e14'

You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'UNION (SELECT mensalidades.tipo_pagto, mensalidades.data_cheque, mensalidades.em' at line 1

http://localhost/finance/financeMfac/includes/lado01.asp,  line36
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lado01.txt
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>>...and cdate(data_cheque)=cdate("&formatdatetime(now,2)&")
cdate() is not a mysql built-in function, so your queries will not work.  Use the STR_TO_DATE() function instead:
http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/date-and-time-functions.html#function_str-to-date

You will also need to refer to the DATE_FORMAT() section to look at the valid format specifiers:
http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/date-and-time-functions.html#function_date-format

Let's say that in the table in question the "data_cheque" field has "7/6/2012".  Depending where you live, that may be interpreted as "July 6, 2012" OR "7th of June 2012".  The STR_TO_DATE() function needs the format parameter so that there wouldn't be any  confusion.

The format parameter to STR_TO_DATE(), "tells" mysql what part of your field value is the month, which part is the day of the month, and which part is the year.  The most popular/common format specifiers are explained below:


If the month is stored:
without leading zeros use %c
with leading zeros use %m

If the day of the month is stored:
without leading zeros use %e
with leading zeros use %d

If the year is stored:
with two digits use %y
with four digits use %Y


Assuming the value above is "July 6, 2012", the way to rewrite the above condition would be:
>>...and STR_TO_DATE(data_cheque,'%c/%d/%Y')=Now()

Notice that I got rid of cdate("&formatdatetime(now,2)&") since what you are doing is comparing data_cheque against the current time.  MySQL has a built-in function named "Now()" that will give you the current time.  So you can compare against it directly.

What if your date was stored as "07/06/2012" (notice the leading zeros).  In that case you would need:
>>...and STR_TO_DATE(data_cheque,'%m/%e/%Y')=Now()
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