Problem with revExecuteSQL - More

Robert Eppich RobertEppich at epsi.bc.ca
Thu Nov 1 09:41:20 CDT 2007


Hi Dave,

I am no pro at SQL, (just started 3 weeks ago with MS SQL Server),  
but it looks to me that your values are using quotation marks instead  
of apostrophes. Try something simple like the following:

INSERT INTO MusicBase (AlbumName,AlbumRating) VALUES ('FINALLY', '0')

hope this works for you.
Robert Eppich



On Nov 1, 2007, at 12:12 AM, dave at looktowindward wrote:

>
> I am also getting an [unrecognized token: "") "]  error, in this case
> this is the string I pass in:
>
> INSERT INTO MusicBase
> (AlbumName,AlbumRating,AlbumRatingKind,ArtistName,BitRate,BPM,DateAdde 
> d,
> Duration,FileLocation,FileSizeBytes,Genre,ModDate,PlayedCount,PlayedDa 
> te
> ,SampleRate,TrackName,TrackRating,TrackRatingKind,TrackSkippedCount,Tr 
> ac
> kSkippedDate,UnplayedFlag)  VALUES ("Finally","0","computed","Ce Ce
> Peniston","160","0","2005-07-30T16:07:37Z","250174","file://localhost/
> Users/Dave/Music/iTunes/iTunes Music/Ce Ce Peniston/Finally/02
> Finally (7_Choice
> Mix).mp3","5005741","Rock","2005-06-08T17:49:38Z","0","missing
> value","44100","Finally (7"Choice Mix)","0","computed","0","missing
> value","***NULL***")
>
> All the values look ok to me, why should it fail?
>
> All the Best
> Dave
>
> Hi,
>
> I am getting an invalid token error from revExecuteSQL, when I look
> at the data being inserted, it contains a ":" character following by
> a number (a date field in the form DD:MM:YY. How do I insert this  
> data?
>
> Here is the code:
>
>   put "INSERT INTO " & theTableName & " (" & myTempKeyList & ") " & \
>          " VALUES (" & myValueList & ") " into mySQLCode
>
>      revExecuteSQL theDatabaseID,mySQLCode
>      put the result into myResult
>
>      if myResult <> empty then
>        if myResult is not an integer then
>          answer error "Error in UtilDBInsertRecord, revExecuteSQL:"
> && myResult
>          breakpoint
>        end if
>      end if
>
>
> Thanks a lot
> All the Best
> Dave




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