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Missing Syntax Operator In Query Expression

Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression
I have a query that I'm trying to run in access which works perfectly fine in Sql. But it keeps giving me the error: Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression Attorney.EmpID = dbo_tbl_Files.AttyID
INNER JOIN dbo_tbl_Employees As Secretary ON Secretary.EmpID = dbo_tbl_Files.SectID

here is my query:


Syntax Error (missing operator) in query expression
I'm using Access 2003 with Excel 2003. I am trying to run a query that returns the record set needed using DAO recordsets and it says "Syntax error(missing operator) in query expression'WHERE PG = 'RYU' AND [LOCATION#] = '63' AND CHECK_DT Between #9/1/2007# AND #9/30/2007#'."

The SQL statement is:


syntax error (missing operator) in query expression.....
I am trying to format my access sql queries in vba.below is my statement.

I keep getting an error that I have a missing operator in 'Format(Sum[Qty_Sent],'Standard')'


Query Issue... Syntax Error, Missing Operator
I am trying to run a query however on 2APPTNOTEST, 3APPTNOTEST and 4APPTNOTEST I get "Syntax Error, Missing Operator".

SELECT


Error 3075 Missing Operator
I keep getting a Missing operator error in access 2007

Error 3075: Syntax Error (missing operator) in query expression '[citystate] - abbeville LA'

To me it appears that I'm not grabbing the first variable in the comparison but I'm just not sure where my error is. Can someone please show me what I got wrong?

Here is my query sql code

SELECT query2.citystate, ConcatRelated("zipcode","query2","[citystate] = " & [citystate]) FROM query2;


Syntax Error missing operator
I don't know why its giving me a 3075 runtime error.
"Syntax error(missing operator) in query expression 'Patient_ID='."

Private Sub Form_Current()
If IsNull(DMax("Group", "PetList", "Patient_ID=" & Me.Patient_ID)) And Not IsNull([Patient ID]) Then
Me.Parent!imgExc.Visible = True
Me.Parent!labExc.Visible = True
Else
Me.Parent!imgExc.Visible = False
Me.Parent!labExc.Visible = False
End If
End Sub

Its saying I'm missing an operator but isn't the "=" the operator in this case? Patient_ID is an integer, could that be the reason?


Syntax error missing operator in query expression
I have a form with a combo box for the name and an Ok button which runs the code below. The code works fine as long as the name doesn't have an apostrophe in it. If it does then I get this message Syntax error missing operator in query expression

Private Sub SearchForInfo_Click() On Error GoTo Err_SearchForInfo_Click Dim stDocName As String Dim stLinkCriteria As String
stDocName = "Info"
stLinkCriteria = "[Name]=" & "'" & Me![Name_ComboBox] & "'"
DoCmd.OpenForm stDocName, , , stLinkCriteria Exit_SearchForInfo_Click: Exit Sub Err_SearchForInfo_Click: MsgBox Err.Description Resume Exit_SearchForInfo_Click
End Sub

I am sure this has got to be something simple


Error on executing update query
I keep getting the following errors while executing an UPDATE query inside the VBA code

Too few parameters. Expected . (Error 3061)
in query expression . (Error 3075) => syntax error (missing operator) query expression “test test”

The UPDATE query is
dbs.Execute ("UPDATE TableEmployee SET TableEmployee.Emp_Name = " & [searchEmpName] & " WHERE TableEmployee.Emp_Id = " & finalNumber & " ")

The variable “searchEmpName” contains the value from the text box on the form. This is a string (name of employee) and can be with space or with put space. If this field has NO space, the error is
Too few parameters. Expected . (Error 3061)
If this field has space then error is
in query expression . (Error 3075) => syntax error (missing operator) query expression “test test”


Syntax error when exporting query to Excel
I have an access database with a few tables and one query. In the query I have one calculated field (the last one). When I run the query everything runs smoothly, I get the desired results in the query. My problem is with the export to Excel. When I press the export to excel button (external data menu) I get an error saying: Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression (NamesID


Missing operator in query expression using DLookUp
Missing operator in query expression. Cannot find problem. Using DLookUp command in forms to display data from a combo selection.

=DLookUp("RecNumber"," IndexTable","FrstLastName=" & [cmbFrstLastName])


strSQL = Run Time Error 3075 Syntax Error Missing Operator in qry Expr
I've come across a simple error that has me baffled. I continue to receive the run time error 3075: Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression
'tblMasterPersonnel.FirstName"042" Or
(tblMasterPersonnel.EmpID)="044"))'

Here is the strSQL


Run-time error '3075' Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression .
I have a textbox: Data Source (Text type)

When I enter: David's contacts and click update button, it have problem with error below:

Run-time error '3075' Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression "David's" WHERE ID =1'.

CurrentDb.Execute " UPDATE tblContacts SET [Data Source] = '" & Me.Data_Source & "' WHERE ID = " & Me.ID

If enter Davids contact (not ' ) it'


SQL syntax
Instead of creating a query and running it against 2 tables I am attempting a subquery, however my experience is limited and below I am getting "Syntax error (missing operator) in join expression". The tbl "Area" has the primary key Facility
SQL:


syntax error, missing operator
I hope it is not bad form to join and immediately ask a question (especially one that appears to be common). that I cannot figure out what MS Access/VBA wants. I am apparently missing an operator.

The snippet flagged when I debug is:


Query Error-1st time I have seen this
I am getting an error I have not encountered. I built a query and subsequent attepmts to build queries on the initial query get the following error:

Syntax error (missing operator)in query expression [query name].

Oddly, the initial query is based off of another query that runs just fine. For the life of me, I cannot figure out what the problem is


Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression 'NEXTVAL for [ IDV_CLIENT_SEQ ]'.
I Have access Forms which are Linked with Db2 Tables .I have created sequence called "IDV.CLIENT_SEQ" in DB2 .

I want to show the Next Sequence Value in The access form.

The Below Db2 Query is fetching the Nextval if I run sql in Command editor.
SELECT NEXTVAL for IDV.CLIENT_SEQ as Aaa FROM sysibm.sysdummy1

Same Thing I want to implement in VBA Code.


Set con = Application.CurrentProject.Connection stSql = "SELECT NEXTVAL for [ IDV_CLIENT_SEQ ] as Aaa FROM [sysibm.sysdummy1]" Set Rs = CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") Rs.Open stSql, con, 1

But I am getting the error as "Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression 'NEXTVAL for [ IDV_CLIENT_SEQ ]'. "


Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression ;[ID]='.
I'm trying to do an update command and am getting the error in the title of this thread. My code is as follows


Syntax Error
I don't know why its giving me a 3075 runtime error.
"Syntax error(missing operator) in query expression 'Patient_ID='."

Private Sub Form_Current() If IsNull(DMax("Group", "PetList", "Patient_ID=" & Me.Patient_ID)) And Not IsNull([Patient ID]) Then
Me.Parent!imgExc.Visible = True
Me.Parent!labExc.Visible = True Else
Me.Parent!imgExc.Visible = False
Me.Parent!labExc.Visible = False End If End Sub

Its saying I'm missing an operator but isn't the "=" the operator in this case? Patient_ID is an integer, could that be the reason?


Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression...
I am getting the following MS Access error:

Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression '(((BOQ.Description) =Site Establishment Dismantle))'

For the following VBA statement:

1) Dim name As String
2) name = "Site Establishment Dismantle"
3) Set rs1 = db1.OpenRecordset("select BOQ.Description from BOQ where " & " (((BOQ.Description) =" & Qu & name & Qu & "))", DB_OPEN_DYNASET)
The statement is in one line.

BOQ is a Table and Description is a Text Field Name.

I would like to select the record in the table that matches name string and then be able to access other field names of that record.

My alternative is using a do loop to search through the entire table.I would like to cut down on this wasted cpu overhead.


querydef syntax error
I get an error on the last line that says "Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression 'O.Object_ID = C.Object_ID INNER JOIN sys.types As T ON C.System_Type_ID = T.System_Type_I' ".

When I run the query in sql studio in sql server 2008, it runs fine. I am using access 2007.