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I'm using SQL in an ASP page

the following is giving an error : Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80040E10)
[Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] Too few parameters. Expected 2.

It was working before i added the datepart section.


SELECT * FROM ExpenseAnalysis left join Stores on Stores.StoreID = ExpenseAnalysis.StoreID where region = 'regionname' and datepart(yyyy,DT) = 2003 order by Store"
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Question by:andyslost
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by:CJ_S
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Since you are using Access you might want to use the year function instead.

... and Year(DT)=2003
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by:charlotte1
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Assuming DT is your date field, try

SELECT *
FROM ExpenseAnalysis
LEFT JOIN Stores on Stores.StoreID = ExpenseAnalysis.StoreID
WHERE (region = 'regionname') AND (datepart(year,DT) = 2003)
ORDER BY Store
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by:DrYRM
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Hello ,

Since you are using Ms Access Datepart requires yyyy to be within single quotes ie:
datepart('yyyy' , Your_Date )

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The SQL will read as

"SELECT * FROM ExpenseAnalysis left join Stores on Stores.StoreID = ExpenseAnalysis.StoreID where region = 'regionname' and datepart('yyyy',DT) = 2003 order by Store"

This should solve the problem

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by:vkaushik
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You need to specify DT in Date format and have syntax like this

SELECT * FROM ExpenseAnalysis left join Stores on Stores.StoreID = ExpenseAnalysis.StoreID where region = 'regionname' and datepart (yy, 'Feb 18 2003 11:46PM') = 2003 order by Store

It shud work fine
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