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problem with Filter property in ADO......?

Posted on 2006-07-16
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hi
iwant to filter my data depend on date and cunsumerFamily in the following way:
for example                     month=2 AND cunsumerFamily=X
 another example             year=1985 AND  cunsumerFamily=X
but i dont know how to write a sql statement for ADO filter property that contained both date and consumerFamily with conditions above.
any help will be appreciated
thanks bayat
vb6
ado datacontrol
access 2000 database
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by:rockiroads
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well u could do one of two ways

Actually specify this in your sql
e.g.

sSql = "SELECT * FROM Table Where Month=2 AND CunsumerFamily='X'"

then use this sql when u open the recordset

or use the recordset filter

rs.Find "Month=2 AND CunsumerFamily='X'"

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Hi sdf145,
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did you try

rst.Filter = "Month=2 And ConsumerFamily <> 'X'"

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by:sdf145
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it is not answer i am looking for
date field in database is in this format YYYY/MM/DD
but im looking for YYYY or MM
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rockiroads earned 70 total points
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try this then

Year(<datefld>)
or
Month(<datefld>)


Use can also use Format or Datepart I think

Format(<datefld>,"YYYY")

Datepart("yyyy",<datefld>)

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rst.Filter = "MONTH(MyDate)=2 And ConsumerFamily <> 'X'"
OR
rst.Filter = "YEAR(MyDate)=1998 And ConsumerFamily <> 'X'"

but i'm not sure if you can do that in a ado filter

else you would need to do it in the SQL select statement
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:)
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thank u for ur attempt
u are perfect
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glad your sorted and thanks
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