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Connecting a variable to a ADOQuery.SQL.Text (Access)

Connecting a variable to a ADOQuery.SQL.Text (Access)

(OP)
Hi how do you connect a certain ADOQuery.SQL.Text value to a variable? Here's an example however it's wrong:

...
Var
sAnimal, sNumber : String;
...
sNumber := edtNumber.text;
sAnimal := ADOQuery.SQL.Text := 'Select Name_Of_Animal From Animals Where Number = ' + sNumber;
...

RE: Connecting a variable to a ADOQuery.SQL.Text (Access)

Hi,

Try something like that:

CODE -->

ADOQuery.Close;
ADOQuery.SQL.Text := 'Select Name_Of_Animal From Animals Where Number = ' + edtNumber.text;
ADOQuery.Open;
if ADOQuery.IsEmpty then
    ShowMessage('Animal not found')
else
    ShowMessage(ADOQuery.FieldByName('Name_Of_Animal').AsString); 

Hope this helps.

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RE: Connecting a variable to a ADOQuery.SQL.Text (Access)

(OP)
Thanx it worked like a charm!

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