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Field missing from query/combo box

Posted on 2001-06-26
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The following is an example of one of the selections from my combo box:
SES 2  :  6/18/2001 ? 6/29/2001
The problem is, the second date does not appear on the user?s PC.  The selection above appears as:
SES 2  :  6/18/2001 ?
The corresponding expression in the query looks like this:
Session: "SES  " & [SessionNumber] & "  :  " & [SessionBegDate] & "  -  " & [SessionEndDate]
I am in the process of testing this new software, so any changes I make on my office PC replace the ?old? version on the user?s PC each time a change is made.  The user?s PC is running from the same platform that mine is, and we are both using Access 2000.  

Can anyone tell me what is causing this problem?
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Question by:tfygold
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Looks like the A2000 concatenation bug after a numeric(date) field.

Try:
Session: "SES  " & Cstr([SessionNumber]) & "  :  " & Cstr([SessionBegDate]) & "  -  " & Cstr([SessionEndDate])

Nic;o)
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Too many question marks in your code?!
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Thanks, englishman, for volunteering as editor of my comment.  Sorry - no points for you.
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