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Set filter in Access for DateTime - Yesterday

Posted on 2014-01-02
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What is the syntax in an Access Query to set a criteria filter for a DateTime field for yesterday?

I tried Dateadd('d',-1,Date()) but that does not work.

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Glen
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LVL 75
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Try double quotes around the d
Dateadd("d",-1,Date())
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by:GPSPOW
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Did not work.

I know if have data for 1/1/2014.

glen
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is there Time in your date field ?

And how are you using this?   Can  you post the SQL or query grid?
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by:GPSPOW
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I am using MS Access 2010.

The field AdmitDateTime has a DateTime format:  1/1/2014 12:14:00 AM
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So,  looks time Time is being stored with date?
In that case, you need to use DateValue([AdmitDateTime]) to extract just the Date - and compare that against Dateadd("d",-1,Date())
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Boyd (HiTechCoach) Trimmell, Microsoft Access MVP earned 2000 total points
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To expand on DatabaseMX's recommendation:

Date() return as data with the time set to 00:00 or at midnight.

Date() will return 1/1/2014 00:00:00 AM so it will never equal 1/1/2014 12:14:00 AM.

I deal with it in two ways:

1) (DatabaseMX's recommendation) Strip the time from the date  value which will reset the time  to 00:00 that will match Date()'s time.

2) Compare your Date Field to a range.

[YourDateField] Between #1/1/2014#  and #1/1/2014 12:59:59 PM#

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[YourDateField] Between Date()-1  and ((Date()-1) + TimeValue("23:59:59"))

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or

[YourDateField] < Date  and [YourDateField] >= (Date()-1)

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Using your field name and Between

Where [AdmitDateTime] Between (Date()-1)  and ((Date()-1) + TimeValue("23:59:59"))

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