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Formatting date and time in query

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Dear Experts,

I am trying to export a table into a .cvs file, with date and time formatted as:
5/13/2013
16:00

And what I am doing is not working.  I have tried using DateVal(date) and TimeVal(time), tried to format the field as short date and short time, but whatever I have done so far results in:
5/13/2013 0:00
12/30/1899 16:00:00

Please advise.
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by:Norie
ID: 39160034
Instead of exporting the table expost a query based on the table.

It would have all the fields from the table and you can use the Format function with your date/time field(s).

FormattedDateTime:Format([DateTimeField], "mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm")
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by:yballan
ID: 39160072
Dear imnorie,

Thank you for your prompt response, I don't think I know how to export a query.
Here is what I am doing.
I call a query to get a table for export:
SELECT NewProducts.CategoryL, NewProducts.CategoryS, NewProducts.Keiban, NewProducts.Shouhinmei, NewProducts.ShouhinGazouURL, NewProducts.MobileShopGazouSakusei, NewProducts.OtherGazou1URL, NewProducts.OtherGazou2URL, NewProducts.OtherGazou3URL, NewProducts.HanbaiKakaku, NewProducts.KaiinKakaku, NewProducts.Teika, NewProducts.Genka, NewProducts.Zaikosuu, NewProducts.ZaikoKanri, NewProducts.MinKounyuSuryou, NewProducts.MaxKounyuSuryou, DateValue(NewProducts.StartSaleDate) AS Expr1, TimeValue(NewProducts.StartSaleTime), DateValue(NewProducts.EndSaleDate), TimeValue(NewProducts.EndSaleTime), NewProducts.Unit, NewProducts.Weight, NewProducts.OutofStockHyouji, NewProducts.TekiseiStock, NewProducts.HyoujiJun, NewProducts.KantanDesc, NewProducts.Description, NewProducts.MobileShopDesc, NewProducts.SmartPhoneDesc, NewProducts.TrackBackSettei, NewProducts.NewMarkSettei, NewProducts.NewMarkGazou, NewProducts.CalamelCategoryID, NewProducts.CaramelWord1, NewProducts.CaramelWord2, NewProducts.CaramelWord3, NewProducts.CaramelDesc, NewProducts.Title, NewProducts.Keyword, NewProducts.PageDesc, NewProducts.Shipping, NewProducts.Show INTO ForExport
FROM NewProducts;

Then I use TranserText to export it (please see attached)

Please give me a little more guidance?

Thank you,
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by:Norie
ID: 39160081
Change ForExport to the name of the query based on that table.
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by:yballan
ID: 39160115
in the macro?
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by:Kelvin Sparks
ID: 39160457
If you just export the table, what does the datetime value look like?
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by:Gustav Brock
Gustav Brock earned 250 total points
ID: 39160473
There is no need to create a table for this.
Modify your query to a normal select query which you export as you previosly did with the table:

SELECT
  NewProducts.CategoryL,
  NewProducts.CategoryS,
  NewProducts.Keiban,
  NewProducts.Shouhinmei,
  NewProducts.ShouhinGazouURL,
  NewProducts.MobileShopGazouSakusei,
  NewProducts.OtherGazou1URL,
  NewProducts.OtherGazou2URL,
  NewProducts.OtherGazou3URL,
  NewProducts.HanbaiKakaku,
  NewProducts.KaiinKakaku,
  NewProducts.Teika,
  NewProducts.Genka,
  NewProducts.Zaikosuu,
  NewProducts.ZaikoKanri,
  NewProducts.MinKounyuSuryou,
  NewProducts.MaxKounyuSuryou,
  Format(NewProducts.StartSaleDate, "m\/d\/yyyy") AS SSDate,
  Format(NewProducts.StartSaleTime, "hh\:nn") As SSTime,
  Format(NewProducts.EndSaleDate, "m\/d\/yyyy") As ESDate,
  Format(NewProducts.EndSaleTime, "hh\:nn") As ESTime,
  NewProducts.Unit,
  NewProducts.Weight,
  NewProducts.OutofStockHyouji,
  NewProducts.TekiseiStock,
  NewProducts.HyoujiJun,
  NewProducts.KantanDesc,
  NewProducts.Description,
  NewProducts.MobileShopDesc,
  NewProducts.SmartPhoneDesc,
  NewProducts.TrackBackSettei,
  NewProducts.NewMarkSettei,
  NewProducts.NewMarkGazou,
  NewProducts.CalamelCategoryID,
  NewProducts.CaramelWord1,
  NewProducts.CaramelWord2,
  NewProducts.CaramelWord3,
  NewProducts.CaramelDesc,
  NewProducts.Title,
  NewProducts.Keyword,
  NewProducts.PageDesc,
  NewProducts.Shipping,
  NewProducts.Show
FROM
  NewProducts;

/gustav
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Kelvin Sparks earned 250 total points
ID: 39161002
The might be one reason for needing the data to go into a table. An export from a query, can truncate memo fields if the data exceeds 256 characters. If any of you fields have this limit, you may have to write the data into a table and export the table. Fields such as NewProduct.Description need to be checked. If ANY fields that supply data to the table are Memo, look at the expected length of the actual data.


Kelvin
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Author Closing Comment

by:yballan
ID: 39161053
Dear Gustav and Kelvin,

Thank you for detailed explanation, now I understand, and it worked perfectly!!!

yballan
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by:Gustav Brock
ID: 39161067
You are welcome!

/gustav
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