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from our Database Development FAQs/Tutorials (at the top of the Database Development forum) Thanks for the advice! https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/24767890/Access-VBA-Run-time-error-3144-Syntax-Error-in-SQL-UPDATE-statement.html Please take a look at this script below. Syntax Error In Update Statement If you can't figure out the correct quotes, post back with details of what each field is."? Syntax Error In Update Statement C# What is wrong with the string (not in the code box, but in the problem.) 0 LVL 75 Overall: Level 75 MS Access 75 Query Syntax 18 Message Active today

Here are the data types. http://axisnice.com/syntax-error/500-syntax-error.php If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. Posted on 2009-09-28 MS Access Query Syntax 1 Verified Solution 10 Comments 971 Views Last Modified: 2013-11-27 I have a syntax error when I try to run my update statement (stored that is just the odd style that the Access query creator uses. Syntax Error In Update Statement Vba

Can Me.txtCost, Me.txtWeight, Me.txtOrdered, or Me.txtName.Tag be Null? –HansUp Oct 6 '14 at 19:41 1 Use a string variable, strUpdate, to hold your UPDATE statement. Advanced Search VBForums Visual Basic Office Development MsOf10 [Access] Run-time error '3144': - Syntax error in UPDATE statement If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ Sometimes using me!FieldName doesn't work, sometimes you have to use forms.formName.Fieldname, or replace the . his comment is here Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up syntax error in update statement run-time error 3144 up vote 0 down vote favorite I got syntax error in update statement.Run-time error:

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This all works and a message box displays, verifying that. Rick Reply With Quote 05-13-09,19:41 #2 Rick Schreiber View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Registered User Join Date Mar 2004 Location California Posts 502 The error statement is on the Since you're already said that TRADERSIGNOFFID is a numeric field, that means your string needs to end: strSQL = strSQL & """, TIMESTAMP= " & Format(Now(), "\#mm\/dd\/yyyy\#") strSQL = strSQL & Access Vba Update Sql Reply With Quote Apr 4th, 2012,04:26 AM #2 si_the_geek View Profile View Forum Posts Super Moderator Join Date Jul 2002 Location Bristol, UK Posts 38,273 Re: [Access] Run-time error '3144': -

Thread Tools Rating: Display Modes 03-29-2010, 04:56 AM #1 mjancic Registered User Join Date: Mar 2010 Posts: 6 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts RUN TIME ERROR Something which is not terminal or fatal but lifelong Rewards System: Points or $? You currently have 0 posts. weblink If you can't figure out the correct quotes, post back with details of what each field is. * Okay, it's not strictly true that it must be in mm/dd/yyyy format.

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Convince family member not to share their password with me What are the Starfleet regulations on crew relationships or fraternizing? How does the Booze-Rat fuel its defensive mechanism? Code: Private Sub Command81_Click() Dim strSQL As String strSQL = "UPDATE tblCARETS-Reports INNER JOIN City-Area-List ON tblCARETS-Reports.City = City-Area-List.CityName Set tblCARETS-Reports.City = [City-Area-List].[CityID]" CurrentDb.Execute strSQL MsgBox "FINISHED NORMALIZING CITY CODES RICK" MZTools (free upgrade for the VB6/VBA Editor) Reply With Quote Apr 14th, 2012,07:51 AM #5 hydrakiller4000 View Profile View Forum Posts Thread Starter Member Join Date Oct 2010 Posts 56 Re:

And you can execute it with CurrentDb.Execute strUpdate –HansUp Oct 6 '14 at 19:43 Hi. Thanks for your help. that is just the odd style that the Access query creator uses. (July 2007 to June 2017) . . . . . . . . . .