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SQL : Delete a record with P.K (Date Type)

Posted on 1998-06-11
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Hi,

  I am trying to delete a record which has a Primary Key of Date type .

 My code => Delete * FROM Auction Where EndDate = '1/1/98'

 From the database (Access) the EndDate value is '1/1/98'

 this statement gives me an error : Mismatch ........ Criterial field  ......

  I am using ASP for your info .

 Thanks
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by:Trygve
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Try surrounding the date with hashes #1/1/98#
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by:clifABB
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Trygve:
You should have submitted that as an answer.
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anthonyc earned 20 total points
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try this:

delete from auction where EndDate = dateserial(1998, 1, 1)

Anthony
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