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10-11-2013, 11:14 AM #6 pr2-eugin Super Moderator Join Date: Nov 2011 Location: Bournemouth, UK Posts: Personally I would trace to the line, then display the value prior to allowing execution of the string - See Debugging in VBA). http://rlegsoftware.com/syntax-error/3075-syntax-error-in-query-expression.php

Rishy Quote: Originally Posted by lwells Hi Rishy, Can you post the sql of your query and let me look at it. One of the SQL Server objects that you can interact with from within Microsoft Access… MS Access MS SQL Server Email Servers MS Access – Different Ways to Start Up a Register Help Remember Me? Note that the quotation is missing at the end That seems to be the cause of the issue, but it does seem odd. http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?557748-Run-time-error-3075-Syntax-error-in-string-in-query-expression-VB6-MS-access

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What am I doing wrong? or click the 'Thumbs up'. Cheers. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Following User Says Thank You to pr2-eugin For This Useful Post: manusri(10-11-2013) pr2-eugin View Public Profile Visit pr2-eugin's homepage! I also tried the quotation strings directly like you've suggested and i get the same result.

You currently have 0 posts. Has something changed in Access 2007 regarding using dates in queries? IT'S ACHIEVED! Runtime Error 3075 Dlookup INSERT QUERY is instantenous and only inserts timestamp when a single query cycle that calculates data on 170K records is completed.

If this is the case then I think you know what the error is.. Password Register FAQ Community Top Posters Today's Posts Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Calendar Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Find lwells lwells View Public Profile View Extended RPG Stats Challenge This User To Battle Send a private message to lwells Find all posts by lwells Find all threads by lwells Add https://bytes.com/topic/access/answers/876994-syntax-error-string-query-expression-run-time-error-3075-a Feb 13 '09 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 4 Replies Expert 5K+ P: 8,127 debasisdas the following code Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers DimsSQLQueryAsString sSQLQuery="SELECT*FROMTblDataWHEREID='"&ID&"'" it never happens that the same code

Feb 14 '09 #2 reply P: 3 srinathvs Hi. Error 3075 Access It comes with a tutorial cd so you can use the practices with a database that's on the cd. ContactID is indeed a number infact an "Autonumber". i love yOu i lOve you i love yOu!

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Your cache administrator is webmaster. http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=254940 I am kind of stuck now and dont know how to do that. Syntax Error In String In Query Expression Access FlexGrid: fill from recordset .. Run-time Error '3075' Syntax Error (missing Operator) In Query Expression You can see how the subform in the attachment.

Convert colour number to colour name .. click site All rights reserved. You can modify that to give you a proper result.. __________________ Regards, Paul Eugin To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. dawn12789 View Public Profile View Extended RPG Stats Challenge This User To Battle Send a private message to dawn12789 Find all posts by dawn12789 Find all threads by dawn12789 Add dawn12789 Run-time Error '3075' Syntax Error In Date In Query Expression

Microsoft Access is a very powerful client/server development tool. From the current error you reported, it seems [Product] is text instead of numeric data type. There is a parent table with basic information about each vendor. news I am running Access 2003, VB 6.5, Office XP Pro.

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Run Time Error 3075 Function Is Not Available Here is my code so far Code: Option Compare Database Private Sub AddCont_Click() Me.author.Value = "" Me.AuthorRole.Value = "" Me.RoleOth.Value = "" Me.Condition.Value = "" Me.othrcondition.Value = "" Me.CmbTest.Value = "" Thank you Rishy Quote: Originally Posted by lwells Hi Rishy, On the first part, if your [DirectorsMeetingDay] is in a date/time format, then we need to take a look at the

Originally Posted by Riorin I'm just not very happy with the amount of time it takes to calculate that!

From the error message posted previously, it looks like the bound column maybe the index number of the row rather than the column containing your date/time field. Nov 16 '09 #5 reply Expert Mod 15k+ P: 29,922 NeoPa I'm very pleased to hear that. asked 3 years ago viewed 2838 times active 3 years ago Related 0Runtime error 3075 can't figure it out1Runtime error if AllowBypassKey set to false in Access Runtime0MS Access 2010 VBA Access Vba Error 3075 Missing Operator So add single quotes around the value in the last part of the DLookup expression.

It works fine now. We aren't all as brilliant as @HansUp! –Smandoli Dec 30 '15 at 17:59 1 It's easy to be generous when the posted answer solved my problem. Since the field name includes a space, enclose it in square brackets to eliminate the error. More about the author What is the meaning of the phrase "in the hands of big money"?

So, WHAT'S WRONG? It took me a week to figure out what is what. shall keep you posted MAnu manusri View Public Profile Find More Posts by manusri 10-11-2013, 02:16 PM #8 manusri Newly Registered User Join Date: From the error message posted previously, it looks like the bound column maybe the index number of the row rather than the column containing your date/time field.

I need to filter the report by entering member's codes and date from , date to using datetime picker. Check It Out Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity MS Access AttachDSNLessTable 21 35 15d Microsoft Access query 9 31 5d download Northwind portuguese 4 10 3d VBA / SQL PriceX = DLookup("[Unit Price]", "ProductInventory", "[Product]='" & [Product].Value & "'") share|improve this answer edited Aug 24 '13 at 13:36 answered Aug 22 '13 at 2:10 HansUp 79.1k114371 1 Hi HansUp, I am attempting to compare value of "txtPassword" to a cell "Password" in table "Employees" where "EmpName" is equal to value of "cboUserName".

I get the above error at this line of code. lwells Rishyraj View Public Profile View Extended RPG Stats Challenge This User To Battle Send a private message to Rishyraj Find all posts by Rishyraj Find all threads by Rishyraj Add To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.