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ORA-00900: invalid SQL statement

Posted on 2007-03-28
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Why is this not being excepted?

Select

        *

From

        tmoadm.dat01 d1,

        tmoadm.dat02 d2

Where

       rownum < 15 AND

       d1.LOAN_NUM = d2.LOAN_NUM AND

       (

                          (d2.application_date >= '01/Jan/2007'  And

                          d2.application_date < '02-Jan-2007')

                          OR

                          (d2.FUNDING_AMOUNT >= '01/Jan/2007' And

                          d2.FUNDING_AMOUNT < '02-Jan-2007')

      )
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Question by:rufassa
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Well, for one, you need to convert your date strings to a valid date format. Use the to_date() function.
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Also, are you sure that FUNDING_AMOUNT is really a date as it appears to be in your code? It's misnamed, in that case (imo).
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