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    SQL, VBscript, ASP and Access 2000

    I am trying to write a script that will add tables to a database.

    It has to be done this way for a number of reasons.

    Regardless I have tested this SQL in Access 2K and will be running it for an Access 2K DB too. The SQL worked fine in access but produces

    Microsoft JET Database Engine error '80040e14'

    Syntax error in CONSTRAINT clause.

    for the first SQL statement.

    VB Code:
    1. ScriptSQL = "Create Table [MyHome](ID AUTOINCREMENT CONSTRAINT PK1 Primary Key, UserID Integer, ModuleID Integer CONSTRAINT FOREIGNKEY REFERENCES module (id), SortVal Integer, Pos Integer);"
    2. set rs = my_Conn.Execute(ScriptSQL)
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    4. ScriptSQL = "Create Table [Module](ID AUTOINCREMENT CONSTRAINT PKModule Primary Key, File text(60), Source text(50), Code Text(5), AdminHelp Text(50) );"
    5. set rs = my_Conn.Execute(ScriptSQL)

    As the SQL worked perfectly the first time in access itself I am at a loss as to why it errors.

    help!
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    It could be because you are setting a recordset object equal to a query that returns no values. Instead of usng:

    set rs = my_Conn.Execute(ScriptSQL)

    try simply using

    my_Conn.Execute(ScriptSQL)

    You can execute SQL commands without the use of the recordset object.


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    Ooooorrrr..... it could be that the first table contains an FKey reference to the second table, which DOESN'T exist yet. Try reversing the lines.

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    Originally posted by techgnome
    Ooooorrrr..... it could be that the first table contains an FKey reference to the second table, which DOESN'T exist yet. Try reversing the lines.

    TG


    oh-bloodyhell-how-did-I-miss-that!!!

    Of course! that was stupid-o-matic dang dang dang.

    Thankyou.
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