Alter Date column in MySQL - assistance

I am getting the following error on an image upload page that writes to a mysql database.

 [ODBC 5.1 Driver][mysqld-5.6.22-log]Incorrect date value: ' 4/6/2015' for column

I had to recreate the table as it was missing so I am guessing that I created the column incorrectly and now need to alter it.

Any help would be appreciated.
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TRY '2015/06/04 00:00:00'
Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
You may need to format the date.  

MyNewDate = year(MyDate)&"-"&right("0"&month(MyDate),2)&"-"&right("0"&day(MyDate),2)

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Use MyNewDate to submit to mysql.
Big MontySenior Web Developer / CEO of Commented:
you may want to consider using parameterized queries, thus eliminating issues like this
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I was suggesting that the date may need to be quoted and in the standard format to be acceptable.
AndersonHitchenAuthor Commented:
Hi Again

As in my question I only need to alter the table not the code as the code works fine normally. Its only due to the fact that I have had to recreate the table for the upload data which has a datefield in it and I have not created that column correctly.

I was hoping that someone might have a solution to this.

Here is a snipet of code from the upload page that relates to the date which again shows that I only need to alter the date column to suit input.

Set MM_editCmd = Server.CreateObject ("ADODB.Command")
    MM_editCmd.ActiveConnection = MM_connilease_STRING
    '                                                                        1                  2                        3                        4                              5                              
    MM_editCmd.CommandText = "INSERT INTO carimages (makeID, modelID, modelYear, fldImage, dateAdded) VALUES (?, ?, ?, ?, ?)"
    MM_editCmd.Prepared = true
    MM_editCmd.Parameters.Append MM_editCmd.CreateParameter("param1", 5, 1, -1, MM_IIF(UploadFormRequest("make"), UploadFormRequest("make"), null)) ' adDouble
         MM_editCmd.Parameters.Append MM_editCmd.CreateParameter("param2", 5, 1, -1, MM_IIF(UploadFormRequest("models"), UploadFormRequest("models"), null)) ' adDouble
      MM_editCmd.Parameters.Append MM_editCmd.CreateParameter("param3", 202, 1, 50, UploadFormRequest("year")) ' adVarWChar
      MM_editCmd.Parameters.Append MM_editCmd.CreateParameter("param4", 202, 1, 50, UploadFormRequest("img1")) ' adVarWChar
      MM_editCmd.Parameters.Append MM_editCmd.CreateParameter("param5", 202, 1, 50, UploadFormRequest("SelectedDate")) ' adVarWChar

Cheers for the replies
Big MontySenior Web Developer / CEO of Commented:
your error message is complaining about a DATE format for the field, while in your code, you're defining it as an adVarWChar. Change your field to adVarcWChar or change your code to use a DATE data type

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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
The last parameter should be

 MM_editCmd.Parameters.Append MM_editCmd.CreateParameter("param5", 135, 1, -1, UploadFormRequest("SelectedDate")) ' adVarWChar
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