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Syntax error missing operator vba

It turns out all I needed was the single quotes around the execute statement. So instead of my execute statement looking like this: cn. Execute " insert into. In Excel VBA the string identifier is the " ( double quote) character. You do not need to double the single quote characters for them to pass through to the database when enclosed by double quotes. Try this: strSql = " SELECT. I think you just need to add some parentheses as well as not using both the alias name and the actual table name: query = " SELECT L1. [ Supervisor ID] AS N0, L1. [ Emplid] AS N1, L2. [ Emplid] AS N2, L3. [ Emplid] AS N3, " & _. You miss an " AND" here: ' " & txtUsername. Text & " ' [ Password] = ' ". Should be ' " & txtUsername.

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    Text & " AND ' [ Password] = ' ". share| improve this answer. answered Mar 12 ' 16 at 8: 02. thank you really. I was able to quickly fix it by going into Design View of the Form and putting [ ] around any field names that had spaces. I am now able to use the built in filters without the annoying popup about syntax problems. Looks like you' re missing what you want to delete in your SQL statement. Your first query should read. DELETE * FROM TempTable_ Entity_ mapping_ DEFSET_ Selection;. You need to quote strings sSQL = " SELECT * FROM tblPopulation WHERE PopID = ' " & lngID & " ' ". You may need apostrophes before and after your values. Try code below strSQL = " SELECT tblFICL. Email " _ & " FROM tblFICL " _ & " WHERE tblFICL. Product = ' " & prdct & " ' AND tblFICL. Broker_ Code = ' " & bkr & " ' ".

    Thread: [ RESOLVED] Syntax error ( missing operator ) in query expression. View Profile · View Forum Posts · Visit Homepage. dglienna is offline ex MVP - Visual Basic Power Poster. Join Date: Jan ; Location: Fox Lake. I' ve been looking for an answer but I can' t understand them since I' m noob on visual basic ( I haven' t been taught how to use it in school, I just search on the net to learn). Here is my problem: Syntax error ( missing operator) in query expression.