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converting datetime to stop sql error?

Posted on 2013-06-26
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HI:
I have a little delphi program interrogating an mssql database.
I have a calendar control but when I select a date I get a sql error "DateTime field overflow. Fractional second precision exceeds the scale specified in the parameter binding." Which I took to mean that I am trying to filter a date with a date time?
Attached sql query sets out what I think the issue is. field 'datet' in 'vvdates' is datetime. Field 'ordered' in 'goorders' is a date.
Having said all of that the program actually works on the PC on which I am writing the program. It fails on any other PC with the sql error as described. I have checked the ODBC links and BDE on all PC's and they look the same. Has anybody experience of this?
Thanks!
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Question by:ClaytonGlass
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by:Ferruccio Accalai
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First of all I'd stop using odbc for MSSql. You could simply use ADO  to connect directly using the OS native engine

Anyway try using DateTimePicker.date instead of Datetimepicker.datetime.
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by:ClaytonGlass
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Thanks for that. I tried date and got 'invalid date format message'. Will look at ADO.
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by:Ephraim Wangoya
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Try this as well

Query1.ParamByName('SELDATE').AsSqlTimeStamp := DateTimeToSQLTimeStamp(DateTimePicker1.Date);
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by:ClaytonGlass
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Thanks ewangoya but get a pascal error  - undeclared identifier. AM using BDS2006 if that helps.
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Sinisa Vuk earned 200 total points
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Try
Query1.ParamByName('SELDATE').AsDatetime := Trunc(DateTimePicker1.Date); 

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by:Geert Gruwez
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

Not enough information to confirm an answer.
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by:ClaytonGlass
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I do apologise.
I switched to Ado and then became distracted by a different issue.
Am awarding the points to sinisav as his solution works now.
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