We have a commercial application developed in MS Access 2003 which has been successfully operating for 12 months during which there have been a number of updated versions. Th app. has a frontend and a backend database. It is distibuted on CD with MS Setup Bootstrapper and installs MS Access Runtime. In our latest update we find that Date functions in SQL queries are causing the following error:
'Function is not available in expressions in query expression 'Date()'
on XP machines (both SP2 and SP3 and we THINK with no MS Office applications installed). This type of query is causing the error:
"DoCmd.RunSQL "UPDATE School SET School.YrGpUpdated = Date();"
if we change the Date function to the Now function, the query works - but we have a lot of Date functions and want to avoid changing them all. This current version has been develoepd in the same version of MS Access; it has the same DLLs and references as the previous version; the same Package and Deployment and Runtime version. Any ideas on why this might suddenly be happening?