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Hi Dan,

Thanks for your reply.  Yes, it was a bit short on details, but I 
thought there were enough, obviously not.

I had the query set for "Do not analyze", which I thought would stop 
Base from inspecting the SQL, but apparently not.

I'm using MySQL via the jDBC... Thingy.
In fact the piece it was complaining about was where I was using 
CAST, incorrectly, to match a text field containing numbers to a 
numeric field.  Funnily enough MySQL by itself was able to cope with 
this and execute the query correctly, but Base decided to interfere.

It also fails to understand the MySQL TRIM function, although LTRIM 
is recognised.  Again this is with "Analyze" set to "NO".  This seems 
incorrect to me.  However, this has resolved the issue for me and I 
can now get it to work.

Mark Stanton
One small step for mankind...

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