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    How to query by date format yyyy-mm-dd?

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    I have a query where I was using
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    to pull all records for the prior month, it worked find until they changed the date from mm/dd/yyyy to yyyy-mm-dd, I can't seem to find the right code to pull up the correct records.
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    Re: How to query by date format yyyy-mm-dd?

    Try using...
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    Re: How to query by date format yyyy-mm-dd?

    I get the "Data Type Mismatch in Criteria Expression" error. I looked at the table and the data type is "Short Text" instaed of Date/Time... and it won't allow me to change it

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    Re: How to query by date format yyyy-mm-dd?

    Short text... so you can't use numeric comparison operator.

    What you can do is use SQL side query to convert column then use numeric operator on the expression.

    Something like below, assuming it's MS Access.
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    EDIT: 'can' should be can't in first sentence. Fixed.
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    Re: How to query by date format yyyy-mm-dd?

    thank you, this helped.

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