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Syntax error missing operand after 1 operator

up vote 11 down vote accepted. Your problem is that " Emp Name" ( the column name) contains a space and needs to be wrapped in square brackets in the filter expression: strFilter= strFilter+. SelectedIndex = = - 1 | | cboSize. Empty | | cboSize. SelectedIndex = = - 1) { view_ 1. RowFilter = string. Empty; } else { view_ 1. RowFilter = " product_ name = ' " + cboProduct. Text + " ' AND size = " + cboSize. Hi, I am getting Error while i am forming the statement.

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    Mycolname = " WIN TAG" ; sqlcmd. Select( sqlcmd) ; / / Error : Syntax error: Missing operand after ' TAG' operator. what is the Error. What I have tried:. up vote 1 down vote. In your filter, you only need to specify the WHERE clause, it' s not a full SQL SELECT statement that is needed. So it should look like this: grdData. ItemsSource = dt. up vote 0 down vote. I think SQL is seeing " Student ID" as two words. If your table fields really have spaces in them you need to add brackets, " [ Student ID] ".

    ( You may need single or double. I assume your claimNo is number, the right syntax is; dtCpt. Select( " CLAIM_ NUMBER = " + claimNo + " " ) ;. Select method uses same rules with DataColumn. Expression property by the way. AddDays( 1) ) ; dt. AddDays; DataRow[ ] ClassTime = dt. Select( " ClassListingDate= ' " + dtNow + " ' " ) ; ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ / / Single quotes. I think you need to wrap the dtFuture values in single quotes : Dim dtFuture As Date = DateAdd( DateInterval. Month, 6, Today) dv. RowFilter = " ValidUntil > ' " & dtFuture. ToString( ) & " ' AND ValidUntil > ' " & Today. ToString( ) & " ' ". You need to fill your DataTable first with some data and then you can filter results using ( SqlConnection sc = new SqlConnection( sConn) ) { sc.

    Open( ) ; using ( SqlDataAdapter adapter = new SqlDataAdapter( ) ) { adapter. That guy was probably called O' Bannon ( = userData[ 1] ), resulting in the following string: EmailAddress = ' O' Bannon'. The following Stackoverflow question contains a guide on how to properly escape data used in DataTable.