Thanks for the quick response. Although I have learned something new in the article you posted, I still can't find what the problem is with my code.
What am I doing wrong? it looks valid syntax to me, but what do I know, I am new to this. I have been reading about INSERT INTO statement all day long and can't find whats wrong with my code.
You're more familiar with what exactly you are doing.
Typically, names aren't allowed to start with a digit.
My experience with Access (via OleDb) is that question marks (?) are preferred, but that names can be used if they're kept in order (as yours are).
I have also only see a colon (:) used for parameter names in Oracle.
I was just guessing, based on the fact that there would generally be a comma separator in such expressions. However, from the further messages it seems that OP had not checked the documentation for proper format of the command.
Hello experts. I have noticed something that is unfamiliar to me in my database knowledge.
My application creates tables and inserts initial values into them based on user specifications. More than two tables are created in the process. The table creation and inserts are done within a transaction. When an error occurs, the transaction is rolled back.
I just noticed that when the transaction is rolled back, all inserts are erased as expected. However, the tables created within the transaction are not dropped from the database. This is unusual to me. I don't know if I am missing something or that is how it happens with SQL server (2008 R2).
Is there any way the tables can be dropped without specifying them one at a time in code? Please help.
I Change the language for the database in Sql Server 2008 ( To Arabic_CI_AS )via the optional tab in database proprieties .
but when i Insert new record( have Arabic Text) in any table the text change to ???? .