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syntax error in query expression in MS/ACCESS 2016 (DLOOKUP)

Posted on 2016-10-16
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I am consistently getting this error and I can't find any reason. can anyone help?

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Question by:jirdeaid
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try:

t = Dlookup('tempoCriticidade", "Q06_zCT_criticidadeTempo", "criticidadeTicket = '" & Me.fld_criticidadeTicket & "' " )

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t = Dlookup('tempoCriticidade", "Q06_zCT_criticidadeTempo", "criticidadeTicket = '" & replace(Me.fld_criticidadeTicket,"'","''") & "' " )
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by:jirdeaid
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the first one worked OK! Thanks!
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by:Ryan Chong
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cool, glad that it helps cheers
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thought it was closed....
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