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Old 02-13-2019, 02:55 PM
kbboykin kbboykin is offline
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Originally Posted by Norrit View Post
Try to use a Profiler and see what the generated SQL statement is that goes wrong (usually the last before you get the exception)
This will most likely point in the right direction of what part is false (perhaps you do more and use for example a filter or something at an other point which you don't provide here)
I'm sorry, I don't understand what a profiler is. I am using ADO directly without SQL -- I use ADOtables with ADOConnection in my app.
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