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ViewState passed ID [OleDbException (0x80040e07): Data type mismatchin criteria expression.] error?

Any idea why this code would cause a [OleDbException (0x80040e07): Data
type mismatch in criteria expression.] error?

The SQL that gets executed seems to be (using record 1132 as an example)

DELETE FROM user_table WHERE ID = '1132';

And the value of ViewState("ID") =1132

ID is an Access database autonumber field. Is Viewstate data passed as
an odd type or something?

Thanks in advance,

_______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _

Sub Get_Command (Src As Object, Args As DetailsViewComm andEventArgs)

If Args.CommandNam e = "Yes" Then
DetailsSource.D eleteCommand = "DELETE FROM user_table WHERE ID = '"
& ViewState("ID") & "';"
DetailsSource.D elete()
GridView.DataBi nd()
EditMSG.Text = " Record " & ViewState("ID") & " deleted"
End If

End Sub
Sep 20 '07 #1
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DELETE FROM user_table WHERE ID = '1132';


DELETE FROM user_table WHERE ID = 1132;

Note the lack of quotes.

Sep 20 '07 #2

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