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how to compare dates in crystal reports' selection formula.

I want to apply selection criteria on my crystal report.
Report is binded to a data view.
and i m doing like this

  CRViewer.SelectionFormula = "{v_advances.creationDate} > '2/2/2004' "

v_advances= database view name
creationDate= view's field's alias name

and its not working.

kindly tell me; how to compare dates in selection formula of crystal report.

I am using visual basic.net 2003.
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hi, i think you'd better convert '2/2/2004'  to date field. do not use it as a string. cos i don't use VB.net, so not sure how to convert it to date in VB.NET. but in crystal report >'formula editor' , you can use this function 'Date(YYYY,MM,DD)' to do it. that is Date(2004,02,02)

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