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set @sqlt = concat("select", @rowname_date," from syslog_data.syslogs_index_1 "); prepare stmt from @sqlt; execute stmt; deallocate prepare stmt;

gives me a eeror 1064 in the prepare statement? Any advise please. Thanks

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What is in @rowname_date? Please post the result of SELECT @rowname_date; –  peterm Oct 15 '13 at 7:53

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Assuming that you have a valid column name or a properly escaped literal in @rowname_date and you don't have leading spaces in it then you have to have a space after SELECT clause

set @sqlt = concat("select", @rowname_date," from syslog_data.syslogs_index_1 ");
                         ^^

Here is SQLFiddle demo

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@Gordon Did it help? Do you need more help with your question? –  peterm Oct 16 '13 at 8:31

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