Hi Guys, <-- Newbie Here!

I seem to have an issue with an INSERT INTO statement when trying to add some textbox data into a DataSet and then update the backend table called 'cashOrders' in a Access Databse.

The Following code is being run from the 'Save Button'

       private void btnOrderSave_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
            System.Data.OleDb.OleDbCommandBuilder cb;
            cb = new System.Data.OleDb.OleDbCommandBuilder(cashDA);

            cashOrdersTable.TableName = "cashOrders";

            DataRow DRO = cashOrdersDS.Tables["cashOrders"].NewRow();

            DRO["QTY"] = Int64.Parse(txtOrderQTY.Text);
            DRO["Description"] = txtBoxDescrip.Text.ToString();
            DRO["Supplier"] = txtBoxSupplier.Text.ToString();
            DRO["Date"] = dateTimePicker1.Text.ToString();
            DRO["Cost"] = decimal.Parse(txtBoxCost.Text);
            DRO["Sell"] = decimal.Parse(txtBoxSell.Text);
            DRO["cashAccountRef_FKID"] = Int64.Parse(textBox1.Text);




Currently when Debugging and stepping through the Code it seems to get through until the final 'update' section. Where I get the following error message:

Syntax error in INSERT INTO statement.

Is anyone able to point me in the direction I am meant to look to resolve this issue?

If you need more code I could be happy to reply with is and help where I can.


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Did you assign a OleDbCommand to the OleDbDataAdapter's SelectCommand property? The command builder uses the SELECT query to construct other queries, such as the INSERT INTO query.

Hi nmailet, thanks for your reply.

Can you show me an example of what you mean?

Hi Guys.. I have sussed it out!

It was due to me using a KeyWord as one of the Columns in Access 2010. I changed all the headings I had with 'cash' on the beigning as a test and it worked fine.

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