Posted on 2014-04-16
Last Modified: 2014-04-16
Experts, I am trying to create an insert query. I need to insert some data from a user form and then need to get some data from two other tables. I cannot figure this out. Is what I am trying to do possible?

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        strSql = "INSERT INTO ProjectProfile (ProjectName,QuoteNumber,LogDate,Freight,FOB,LineItems,GroupTotal,TotalList,IncludeService,Discount," & _
                 "QuoteLife,Onsite,OffSite,Training,Overtime,Saturday,SaturdayOvertime,Sunday,Hold,Travel,WeekendTravel,Mileage,Software) " & _
                 "VALUES (" & _
                 "'" & txtProjectName.Text & "','" & txtQuoteNumber.Text & "',#" & Today & "#),(" & _
                 "SELECT Freight,FOB,Lineitems,GroupTotal,TotalList,IncludeService,Discount,QuoteLife FROM QuoteDefaults),(" & _
                 "SELECT Onsite,Offsite,Training,Overtime,Saturday,SaturdayOvertime,Sunday,Hold,Travel,WeekendTravel,Mileage,Software FROM ServiceRates)"

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Expert Comment

ID: 40004173
your question is a little unclear...
 are you asking for how to write the following query in VB.NET  Syntax ?

Expert Comment

ID: 40004181
write a single select statement where you can pass first 3 values from the form values.
something like this..
Insert into ProjectProfile(columns...)
select txtProjectName.Text, txtQuoteNumber.Text, other columns...
FROM table

Author Comment

ID: 40004198
Plusone3055, I was hoping that my attempt to create this query would show what I wanted to do. This query does not work.  How should this be written so it works? I dont need any vb specifc syntax im just creating the string.
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Accepted Solution

Carl Tawn earned 500 total points
ID: 40004210
It should be possible (depending on the database you are using).

Try something like:
strSql = "INSERT INTO ProjectProfile 
SELECT '" & txtProjectName.Text & "', '" & txtQuoteNumber.Text & "', #" & Today & "#, t1.Freight,t1.FOB,t1.Lineitems,t1.GroupTotal,t1.TotalList,t1.IncludeService,t1.Discount,t1.QuoteLife,
				 FROM QuoteDefaults t1, ServiceRates t2"

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Author Comment

ID: 40004214
Jayakrishnabh, this gave me an error at "Select Freight".
        'strSql = "INSERT INTO ProjectProfile (ProjectName,QuoteNumber,LogDate,Freight,FOB,LineItems,GroupTotal,TotalList,IncludeService,Discount," & _
        '         "QuoteLife,Onsite,OffSite,Training,Overtime,Saturday,SaturdayOvertime,Sunday,Hold,Travel,WeekendTravel,Mileage,Software) " & _
        '         "SELECT " & _
        '         "'" & txtProjectName.Text & "','" & txtQuoteNumber.Text & "',#" & Today & "#," & _
        '         "SELECT Freight,FOB,Lineitems,GroupTotal,TotalList,IncludeService,Discount,QuoteLife FROM QuoteDefaults," & _
        '         "SELECT Onsite,Offsite,Training,Overtime,Saturday,SaturdayOvertime,Sunday,Hold,Travel,WeekendTravel,Mileage,Software FROM ServiceRates"

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Author Closing Comment

ID: 40004225
That was exactly what I needed, Thanks Carl...
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Expert Comment

ID: 40004226
>>I need to insert some data from a user form and then need to get some data from two other tables.

Is the data being inserted ONLY from the user form?
The get some data - is that after the INSERT have completed?

If the answer to both of the above questions is true then you need to perform the action in two (or more) distinct steps.  First run the INSERT SQL command then the SELECT command(s) to return the data.

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