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ExecuteSQL issue

Question asked by FredH on Dec 21, 2014
Latest reply on Dec 22, 2014 by FredH

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ExecuteSQL issue

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Hi Experts,

I have two linked tables : Project & Exploitation.  For each Project, I have multiple lines in Exploitation (1 line per year -> 20 years per Project).  In Exploitation, I also have a field that contains a description of that year. 

What I would like to have now, is a field in my Project table that gets the description of the current year.  
My idea was to do so using ExecuteSQL but I do not manage to get this working as it returns "?" for all my lines in my Project table.

This is the code I used : 
ExecuterSQL("SELECT E.Stade d'exploitation par année FROM Exploitation E JOIN Project P ON P.__pkProjectID = E._fkProjectID where E.Année = ?"; "|";" ¶";Year( Get( CurrentDate )))

After some research, I think that the error comes from my special characters ( _ and blanks in my field names but I do not see how to change this).

Do you know what I could do to make this work?  
Thanks in advance for your input!
Kind regards,

_Fred_

 

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