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I'm getting a strange error.
When I send this INSERT statement from Excel I get an error 'Syntax error in INSERT INTO statement'.

INSERT INTO tblRegularAttendance(ApplicationID, DayNumber, DayName, Session, RoleTitle, Hospital) VALUES('1234567',  4, 'Thursday', '4AM', 'Driver', 'Guys')

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But when I run that in the Query Window in Access it runs ok!

The Connection is the same as I use for other ADO INSERT operations on this application.

Any ideas please?
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by:Ryan Chong
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what error you getting here? make sure you insert the values with same data types?
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Gustav Brock earned 2000 total points
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Perhaps Session is a reserved name, and spaces as shown:

INSERT INTO tblRegularAttendance (ApplicationID, DayNumber, DayName, [Session], RoleTitle, Hospital) 
VALUES ('1234567',  4, 'Thursday', '4AM', 'Driver', 'Guys')

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/gustav
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