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ora-01847 day of month must be between 1 and lastday of month

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 sql = "Update Table1 set , column1 = to_date('" & 

ExpensereportReceiveddate.Date & "','mm/dd/yyyy'),  column2 = to_date('" & 

Expensereportacctng.Date & "','mm/dd/yyyy'),  where emp_NO=" & emp_no


When i tried to debug it, Assuming that the user didnt eneter any thing in the date fields..This is the sql it returned....

 
Update travel_auth set  column1 = to_date('12:00:00 AM','mm/dd/yyyy'),  

column2 = to_date('12:00:00 AM','mm/dd/yyyy') where

emp_NO=191


 ExpensereportReceiveddate is declared As Date

How can i solve this.....
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Question by:yuvaratna
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by:käµfm³d 👽
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Try the following:
sql = "Update Table1 set , column1 = to_date('" &
 
ExpensereportReceiveddate.Date.ToString("MM/dd/yyyy") & "','mm/dd/yyyy'),  column2 = to_date('" &
 
Expensereportacctng.Date.ToString("MM/dd/yyyy") & "','mm/dd/yyyy'),  where emp_NO=" & emp_no

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käµfm³d   👽 earned 2000 total points
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Just noticed you have a couple stray commas in your sql.

Updated:
sql = "Update Table1 set column1 = to_date('" &
 
ExpensereportReceiveddate.Date.ToString("MM/dd/yyyy") & "','mm/dd/yyyy'),  column2 = to_date('" &
 
Expensereportacctng.Date.ToString("MM/dd/yyyy") & "','mm/dd/yyyy') where emp_NO=" & emp_no

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by:yuvaratna
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Perfect!
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