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am trying to use this sql command
ds1.SelectCommand = "Select CategoryName from Category_tbl where (Language=2 and [CategoryID] in (Select CategoryID from ProductF_tbl where ([ProductFID] = @id1 and Language=2)));";
DataList2.DataSource = ds1;
but each time am trying to execute it I get this error
An expression of non-boolean type specified in a context where a condition is expected, near ')'.
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