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ALL 'test1.net','test2.net' ADRPTHTML OTHSYSsms (FOC1400) SQLCODE IS 102 (HEX: 00000066) XOPEN: 42000 : Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server:  Incorrect syntax near : 'test1'.  Statement(s) could not be prepared.  Deferred prepar : e could not be completed. L (FOC1405) SQL PREPARE ERROR. (FOC205) THE DESCRIPTION CANNOT BE FOUND FOR FILE NAMED: SQLOUT BYPASSING TO END OF COMMAND ------------------------------------------------
I am thinking this happening becuase of the '.' inthe value of the variable. I dont know how to avoid. I spent couple of hours on this , i did not found any solution. Help is appreciated.
thanks RekhaThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
My sample above assumed you were using SQL passthru to get your data. If you are using a straight TABLE FILE command however, your condition should be adjusted a bit since you will be using a structure like
WHILE column EQ val1 OR val2 [OR ...]
which gets automagically translated to an IN structure when resolved into SQL.
-SET &PW1='''JAPAN'' OR ''ENGLAND''';
TABLE FILE CAR
WHERE COUNTRY EQ &PW1