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Year({JAM_DSH_OP_Open__Summary.OrderRel.NeedByDate}) = Year(currentdate) and
Month({JAM_DSH_OP_Open__Summary.OrderRel.NeedByDate}) = Month(currentdate) and
Day({JAM_DSH_OP_Open__Summary.OrderRel.NeedByDate}) <= Day(currentdate)

I have a formula above and would like to know what the results would return.  The data being pulled has multiple years before and after the current month.  

What I am trying to do is get the formula to select anything less than or equal to the current day and within the same month withing the same year.  For example.  If today is 1/21/2013  I am wanting to pull everything from 1/21/2013 back to 1/12013

Just wanting to make sure.

Previously I asked a similar question and found I had the wrong formula.


Just wanting to make sure this will work.

Thanks in Advance
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Trygve ThayerIT DirectorAsked:
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mlmccConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Perhaps

{JAM_DSH_OP_Open__Summary.OrderRel.NeedByDate} > CurrentDate AND
JAM_DSH_OP_Open__Summary.OrderRel.NeedByDate < DateSerial(Year(CurrentDate), Month(CurrentDate) + 1, 1)

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mlmccCommented:
Easy way to get this

{JAM_DSH_OP_Open__Summary.OrderRel.NeedByDate}  IN MonthToDate

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Trygve ThayerIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Wow there are many ways to get there!  Thanks for taking the time.  If I am going the opposite way for the same year and the current month but the day is greater than today but still the same month is there also a better way or should I use the below.

Year({JAM_DSH_OP_Open__Summary.OrderRel.NeedByDate}) = Year(currentdate) and
Month({JAM_DSH_OP_Open__Summary.OrderRel.NeedByDate}) = Month(currentdate) and
Day({JAM_DSH_OP_Open__Summary.OrderRel.NeedByDate}) > Day(currentdate)
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Trygve ThayerIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Thanks so much.
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