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My WHERE clause is not filtering dates properly

Posted on 2010-01-08
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I have a query I am building that needs a WHERE clause to filter dates. It does not seem to be working, and I cannot understand why. Can someone please tell me what I am doiing wrong.

Below is the code of the Query and then the rsults, which shows two values that I believe should be filtered out.
SELECT DAFifteenthStPanelFPY.WeekEndingDate, DAFifteenthStPanelFPY.SumOfInspected
FROM DAFifteenthStPanelFPY
WHERE DAFifteenthStPanelFPY.WeekEndingDate > 4/01/2008
ORDER BY DAFifteenthStPanelFPY.WeekEndingDate;

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Question by:Rex85
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You have to qualify your dates:

SELECT DAFifteenthStPanelFPY.WeekEndingDate, DAFifteenthStPanelFPY.SumOfInspected
FROM DAFifteenthStPanelFPY
WHERE DAFifteenthStPanelFPY.WeekEndingDate > #4/01/2008#
ORDER BY DAFifteenthStPanelFPY.WeekEndingDate;
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by:Rex85
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That worked. Thank you. Can you tell me what that means though?
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Thank you very much.

Rex
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by:Patrick Matthews
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Access and VBA both use the # symbol to qualify dates; without it, they will interpret 4/1/2008 as:

"4 divided by 1 divided by 2008"
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by:Rex85
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Ah...Thank you very much. I tried quotes, but that made it think it was text of course. Thanks again.
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