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Problem using Execute Reader
in this part of the program I want to see if there are similar names to  (vemp)  in a table.
 
Get Error number 102  " incorrect syntax near '%'  

vemp = InputBox("Digit Company name", "")
        If vemp.ToString <> "" Then

            Dim sSql As String
            Dim objConn As SqlConnection
            Dim objCmd As SqlCommand
            Dim DR As SqlDataReader
            Dim strConn As String = "server=.\SqlExpress; database=mala2; Trusted_Connection=yes"
            objConn = New SqlConnection(strConn)
            sSql = "select * from md1 where empresa like " & vemp & "%"
            objCmd = New SqlCommand(sSql, objConn)
            Try
                objConn.Open()
            Catch exc As Exception
                MessageBox.Show("Error in opening the  connection")
                Exit Sub
            End Try

ok up to here

            Try
                DR = objCmd.ExecuteReader
            Catch exc As SqlException
                Dim erro As String
                error = exc.Number.ToString + " - " + exc. Message
                MessageBox.Show(error)
                Exit Sub
            End Try

            If DR.HasRows Then  ' there are similar names, show table
                Me.MD1_CombTableAdapter.FillBy1(Me.Mala2DataSet.MD1_Comb, vemp.ToString)
                If MsgBox("Please see similar existing names, want to continue?", MsgBoxStyle.Question + MsgBoxStyle.YesNo) = MsgBoxResult.No Then
                    Exit Sub
                Else
            .........
                End If

                 .........
            Else
                ........

            End If
            DR.Close()
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by:Jim Horn
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Assuming that empresa is a string, you need to pass single quotes around the vemp variable and wildcard %, like...

sSql = "select * from md1 where empresa like '" & vemp & "%'"

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Lee Savidge earned 1500 total points
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You missed the single quotes around the variable

sSql = "select * from md1 where empresa like '" & vemp & "%'"

When debugging these things, output the sSql string to the screen and then copy and paste it into SQL to test it.
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by:Jim Horn
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dovk179 - Curiosity overwhelms me ... did you try my solution?
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by:Lee Savidge
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Wow yeah. jimhorn kinda beat me to it by a few minutes. He should get the points, and to be honest the points should be a grade A as that solved your problem completely with example code.
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