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Problem with Reporting services - creatign a report Errors in SQL Statement

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Hiya,

I am going around in circles here - I am trying to do a sql statement that takes the date that is greater than the Start date I choose and less than / equal to the finish date. I wrote the attached statement and it keeps failling please tell me where I am going wrong.

Under the parameters both parameters are set to Date / Time as type.

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It's more readable if you would say AND date_entered BETWEEN @StartDate AND @FinishDate
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I deleted all parameters and re created them, there is a bug in SQL reporting that keeps appearing and the only solution seems to be to delete the parameters and recreate them.
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