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Member 10564850 wrote:
My query can't executed successfully please help ??

As Griff mentioned on Saturday:
Just remember in future - the better the info you give us, the quicker we can give you a solution!

Once again, you've posted your code, but not the error message, which leaves us to play another game of "guess the error".



Assuming the problem is with the column names containing special characters, the quick fix is to wrap the affected column names in square brackets. You'll also need to fix the parameter names:
C#
string s = "INSERT INTO [Students Records] (Name, Age, Class, Gender, [Guardian's Name], [Contact.No], Address, [Email-Address]) VALUES(@Name, @Age, @Class, @Gender, @GuardiansName, @ContactNo, @Address, @EmailAddress)";

A better solution is to change your database structure so that the table and column names do not contain anything other than letters and numbers - no spaces, no punctuation, and no extended characters.

The same restrictions apply to parameter names.



If that doesn't solve the problem, then you'll need to provide the details of the exception being thrown when you try to execute the query.



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