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Hi.

I came across this site while looking for a function to replace Quotation marks in SQL.

This is my code.

<!-- Begin Code -->

Intro = Replace(Intro," '","''")
Text = Replace(Text,"' ","''")



SQL = "Insert Into Articles(Author Id,CatId,Topsto ryId,Headline,S ubheadline,Intr o,Text) Values ('" & Request("Author Id") & "','" & Request("CatId" ) & "','" & Request("TopSto ryId") & "','" & Request("Headli ne") & "','" & Request("Subhea dline") & "','" & Intro & "','" & Text &"')"

<!-- End Quote -->


Now the problem I have is that when I execute my sql server statement no value is written in the database for Intro and Text, can anyone see where I am going wrong?
Mar 6 '07 #1
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dorinbogdan
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Text could be a reserved word, use other var name instead, i.e. strText:
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  1. Intro = Replace(Intro,"'","''") 
  2. strText = Replace(strText,"'","''")
  3.  
  4. SQL = "Insert Into Articles 
  5.      (AuthorId, CatId, TopstoryId, Headline, Subheadline, Intro, [Text]) 
  6.     Values ('" & Request("AuthorId") & "','" & 
  7.              Request("CatId") & "','" & 
  8.                            Request("TopStoryId") & "','" & 
  9.              Request("Headline") & "','" & 
  10.               Request("Subheadline") & "','" & 
  11.              Intro & "','" & 
  12.               strText & "')"
  13.  
Mar 6 '07 #2

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