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Weekdays only in where clause

Posted on 2009-02-20
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If I have the following where clause in an ms access 2003 query

WHERE (ConnectedDate Between #2/1/2008# And #1/31/2009#)

Is there a way to change it so that only dates that are in that range that are weekdays are returned?
Question by:johnnyg123
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WHERE (ConnectedDate Between #2/1/2008# And #1/31/2009#) And Weekday(ConnectedDate, 2) < 6
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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WHERE (ConnectedDate Between #2/1/2008# And #1/31/2009#)
 AND DatePart("w", ConnectedDate) not in (1,7)

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