Malformed GUID in query expression

Hi,

While interacting with SQL Server, the following date format works:

SELECT * FROM Alerts WHERE CreationDateTime > {ts '2006-04-12 10:00:00'} ORDER BY ID ASC

But it generates an exception when using Access with an OleDbConnection.

What is the corrrect time stamp format for Access?


Thanks,
Bob
ba272Asked:
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gregoryyoungCommented:
is this an actual sqlserver timestamp column? if so there is no corresponding type in access.
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gregoryyoungCommented:
or are you looking for a date format which is ## delimited
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ba272Author Commented:
Ok, I guess the problem is that I was attempting to incorporate a DateTime value into my query, since I had had favorable success doing so with SQL Server.  What's the next best thing in Access?
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AGBrownCommented:
If you are generating your queries in code with parameterised SQL then you could just add a datetime type parameter to your query, and set its value to a datetime from your code.

How are you generating your queries?

Andy
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Bob,

Did you try it like this?

   SELECT * FROM Alerts WHERE CreationDateTime > '2006-04-12 10:00:00' ORDER BY ID ASC

Bob
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