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Searching criteria based on date/time

Posted on 2004-10-27
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I am using access database (mdb). I have a Date/Time field in the database. My application allows user to enter start date and end date as searching criteria. How do I construct a sql query to do such search ? I am using ADO.

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    Hi,

    Give something like this a shot:

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    rs->Open("Select * from MyTable Where <date_field> between #<begin_date># and #<end_date>#", conn.GetInterfacePtr(), adOpenForwardOnly, adLockReadOnly, adCmdText);

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    rs = Instance of _RecordsetPtr
    conn = Instance of _ConnectionPtr

    I hope that helps.
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