The correct syntax for UPDATE statement is. UPDATE tablename SET column1value1,column2value2 WHERE somecolumnsomevalue Tags: mysql database vb.net sql-update.RDMS for C language newbie? [closed]. Calculated columns in mysql on INSERT statements. Maximum table size for a MySQL database. < Update Record: construct a sql update statement and execute it.SQLS7VB6 Date Update Gives Syntax (Not Date Format) Error In Stored Procedure. SQL Update with a Join Syntax. I have prepared my project in vb.net with access database, but I am getting an error like " syntax error in update statement" I have used following code: Dim cn As New OleDb.OleDbConnection Dim cm As New OleDb.OleDbCommand cn.ConnectionString "ProviderMicrosoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0 Updating and join on multiple rows, which rows value is used? SQL Server- How to write variables and query results to Text file?can you please help me to get the value of print statement of above code in vb.net.
Thanks in advance. vb.net. im getting an error when im trying to update my database. Syntax error in UPDATE statement item:In order to evaluate an indexed property, the property must be qualified and the arguments must be explicitly supplied by the user. error code: -2147217900. I have the following query and I can for love nor money work out where the error is in my UPDATE statement? I only started playing with this last week so Im on a big learning curve! UPDATE Table.
Sub gantiid() mengganti password sql "update USERLIST set USERNAME " LOGIN.USERNAME.Text ", PASSWORD " renew.Text " where USERNAME Home > Syntax Error > Syntax Error In Update Statement Access Vb.net.Wednesday, October 04, 2006 5:51 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have changed the column name and I get the exact same error, in the "sintax of the Update statement" the sql string I am trying to execute now, is in VB.Net what could be wrong with this SQL statement.( syntax is messed up).And you have a few extra spaces as well (which I removed), but that wasnt critical of course. What I would suggest your query should be