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hi all,
I am updating a table with a set of values.
My code is

st.executeUpdate("update bulletinboard set (userid='"+s1+"',dateofposting='"+s2+"',messagetitle='"+s3+"',message='"+s4+"', administratorid='"+s5+"',typeofmessage='"+s6+"',expirydate='"+s7+"') where messageid=2");
I get an error as

java.sql.SQLException: [Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression 'messageid='.
Plz give me ur solutions..
Thanks in advance.
regards,
Aarthi.
 
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Hi Aarthi,
Try this :
st.executeUpdate("update bulletinboard set (userid='"+s1+"',dateofposting='"+s2+"',messagetitle='"+s3+"',message='"+s4+"', administratorid='"+s5+"',typeofmessage='"+s6+"',expirydate='"+s7+"') where messageid='2'");
I have changed the where clause.
Hope this helps.
Rgds,
Kirtikumar Puthran
 
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