I'm not sure about this as I am new to SQL/ODBC but the field "E:\Inet\dk\ap-consult\extranet\" the last \ may be causing the closing quote to be taken as a literal as it does in C. I do not know of a way to get round the problem though apart from not having fields ending in a \
 
Best Regards
 
Keith.
 
----- Original Message -----
From: Poul Christiansen
To: Mysql Mailing List (E-mail)
Sent: 26 April 1999 08:16
Subject: ODBC Error

I'm trying to execute the attached SQL statemnet using MS IIS 4.0 and ASP against a MySQL Database
 
The attachment also conatins the error!
 
Is the string too long or what is wrong with this?

Best regards

Poul Christiansen - mailto:poul@ap-consult.dk
AP Consult ApS - http://www.ap-consult.dk

 


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