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SQL Insert - Weird Error

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Ok - has anyone ever had this happen before?

I have a SQL Insert statement. When I build the SQL and execute it in PHP I
get the following error:

Warning: (null)(): Invoke() failed: Exception occurred. Source: Microsoft
JET Database Engine Description: Syntax error in INSERT INTO statement. in
c:\phpweb\commit.php on line 81

So then I echo the SQL statement and this is what it looks like:
Cards(active,division,province,filetitle,air,water ,sewage,pttw,partVIII,part
46) VALUES ('1','ob','Ontario','0 0 0 0','0','0','0','0','0','0')

Everything is formatted correctly - column names format ect.

So then I take the echo'd sql and copy it into the PHP code as the sql
statement. When I re-run the SQL code with static sql statement it inserts
the record!!!!!

So basically if I build the SQL dynamically it won't execute. But if I echo
the dynamic sql then copy it into a sql variable it executes!

This is driving me nuts....please help!

Jul 17 '05 #1
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Hi Matt,

I once had the same problem with JET (ACCESS)

The reason was I used a RESERVED WORD for columnname. *sigh*
Is it possible you do the same?
Maybe active is reserved, I am not sure though..

You could check by giving all your coloumnnames an extra XXX on the end and

Good luck,
Erwin Moller

Jul 17 '05 #2

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