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Getting a date

Posted on 1998-07-22
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I have Access database linked table to Excel
And field called date, datatype date ( d,mmm)
it is like written in column  8-jul
Script in VB5
"Select Sum(amount) from TableA Where date between '01-Jul' and '30-Jul'"
fails  
Error message 3464 date dype mismatch
Please help to write correct script
Thanks
Matt

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You should write it like that:
"Select Sum(amount) from TableA Where date between #01-Jul# and #30-Jul#"

Besides, it's better to convert the dates to mm/dd/yyyy. This will assure that you'll have no problems in the SQL
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