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Thread: Syntax Error in ASP update Statement

  1. #1

    Syntax Error in ASP update Statement

    Error Type:
    Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80040E14)
    [Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression '(fullname = Gary Lee)'.
    /Prj4/FYPLevel1.asp, line 383

    ----------------------------------------------------
    <%
    if varlevel < 3 then

    varlevel = varlevel + 1

    'Increment database by 1
    dim objConn,objRec,SQL

    Set objConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
    Set objRec = server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")

    objConn.Mode = 0

    SQL = "UPDATE userInfo SET vlevel = " &varlevel& " WHERE (fullname = " &varName& ")"


    objConn.Open StrCon
    objRec.Open SQL, objConn ---->(This is my line 383)

    ' objConn.Execute(SQL)

    objRec.Close
    objConn.Close
    set objRec = nothing
    set objConn = nothing
    %>
    alert("increase!")
    <%

    end if
    %>
    -------------------------------------------------------------

    I've look at some post from other forum regarding this error message and 'Syntax Error in Update Statement (as i'd that error message before this)' ..

    But is it because ASP treat my varName as something else? Cus my varName is a string and my varlevel is a integer actually..

    If anyone could guide me into the light that is great

  2. #2

    Operation must use updateable query

    Hi again, i've found someone in another forum posting some solution. And i've modified my update statement again, but it returns a different error message..

    SQL = "UPDATE `userInfo` SET `vlevel` = '" &varlevel& "' WHERE `fullname` = '" &varName& "'"

    The error message is : "Operation must use an updateable query."

    So which statement is actually the correct one i'm also confused..=P



    Quote Originally Posted by limcurry87 View Post
    Error Type:
    Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80040E14)
    [Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression '(fullname = Gary Lee)'.
    /Prj4/FYPLevel1.asp, line 383

    ----------------------------------------------------
    <%
    if varlevel < 3 then

    varlevel = varlevel + 1

    'Increment database by 1
    dim objConn,objRec,SQL

    Set objConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
    Set objRec = server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")

    objConn.Mode = 0

    SQL = "UPDATE userInfo SET vlevel = " &varlevel& " WHERE (fullname = " &varName& ")"


    objConn.Open StrCon
    objRec.Open SQL, objConn ---->(This is my line 383)

    ' objConn.Execute(SQL)

    objRec.Close
    objConn.Close
    set objRec = nothing
    set objConn = nothing
    %>
    alert("increase!")
    <%

    end if
    %>
    -------------------------------------------------------------

    I've look at some post from other forum regarding this error message and 'Syntax Error in Update Statement (as i'd that error message before this)' ..

    But is it because ASP treat my varName as something else? Cus my varName is a string and my varlevel is a integer actually..

    If anyone could guide me into the light that is great

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