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After conferring with the WRC, it seems there really wasn't a "problem" at all, but rather that while they share the same syntax for INSERT commands,  there is a syntax difference in how HealthShare and Microsoft each handle an UPDATE command.

The following code works in HealthShare/ObjectScript:

Set tSQL = "UPDATE table_name (col1, col2, col3) VALUES ('val1', 'val2', 'val3') WHERE accession_number='"_accessionNumber_"'"
Set tSC = ..Adapter.ExecuteUpdateParmArray(.nrows,tSQL,.par)

And this is how Microsoft wants it:

Set tSQL = "UPDATE IRIS_Study SET col1='val1', col2='val2', col3='val3' WHERE accession_number='"_accessionNumber_"'"
Set tSC = ..Adapter.ExecuteUpdateParmArray(.nrows,tSQL,.par)

And it can still be parameterized by using:

SET col1=?, col2=?, col3=?

Odd(ish) the limitation is on the UPDATE but not on the INSERT. I will follow up with the WRC and see if I can get a definitive answer.

I am using the parameters to avoid code insertion (not that I'm terribly worried about it, but it's just good practice). If I cannot do that, then I'll have to do some kind of variable cleaning on the string, or perhaps define each as a %STRING literal or something. Whatever the best practice is for ObjectScript.

Well maybe I am hitting a limit then, because there are 48 variables.

The error is reported at execution. I see it in the interface's log. I get no errors when compiling the ObjectScript.

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