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MySQL Date operators

I am creating a view and need to restrict the record set to a greater or equal to a date.

I am using below but is returning all

select        
        `tblpermit`.`PermitIssueDate` AS `PermitIssueDate`
    from
        `tblpermit`
    where
        (`tblpermit`.`PermitIssueDate` >= ((6 / 19) / 2013))

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The date format on the returned records is long time
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Brogrim
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Jagadishwor DulalBraces MediaCommented:
select        
        `tblpermit`.`PermitIssueDate` AS `PermitIssueDate`
    from
        `tblpermit`
    where
        `tblpermit`.`PermitIssueDate` >= '6 /19/ 2013'

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BrogrimAuthor Commented:
Not working.

the date format returned are 2010-07-01 00:00:00
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Jagadishwor DulalBraces MediaCommented:
Use same date format in your query and later you can format date:
select        
        `tblpermit`.`PermitIssueDate` AS `PermitIssueDate`
    from
        `tblpermit`
    where
        `tblpermit`.`PermitIssueDate` >= ' 2010-07-01'

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BrogrimAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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