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Visual Data Manager (Date/Time format)

Posted on 1998-12-01
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Using VB 5.0
I am using the Visual Data Manger to create a database and am declaring a field with date/time format.  My problem is when I go to add records to the database, it only allows me 5 spaces for the date entry (I need at least 6 spaces mmddyy).  I am not sure how to increase this field limit?
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by:DonKMoore
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by:Bhargava
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If the field type is date/time the size of the field will be defaulted to 8 and cannot be changed.
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by:DonKMoore
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The field size shows 8 when building the database, but when I go to enter the data it only allows 5 characters.
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by:DonKMoore
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The field size shows 8 when building the database, but when I go to enter the data it only allows 5 characters.
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by:Bhargava
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whih database are you using
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by:DonKMoore
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I am using Access 7.0
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I dont see a chance that it will only take 5 characters. Let me ask you one thing! are you using a filed on a form with some kind of validation or some restriction on the field to take only a legth of 5 chars. you might have specified MaxLength to 5 or some kind of validation. Please check
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