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Trying to identify if error is coming from VB6 or SQL

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This is inherited code which I am trying to debug. I encounter the error seen in the screen shot. As a starter could someone tell me if the error format looks like it's coming from VB6 or SQL. My guess is SQL but I'd like to verify.
Have you ever encountered this error?
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Definitely a SQL Syntax error in the sql query being used.
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by:David Todd
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Hi,

Can you post the query?

Regards
  David
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The error is from the SQL parser, and will have been thrown by the SQL Server. However, the code that gets sent to the SQL server could still have been generated at the VB end.
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I can't post they code. That's what I am trying to figure out. Where it's coming from.
Thanks Everybody.
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