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Posted on 2016-09-09
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I need this query to have the impound date always be greater than current date.  e.g. todays date is 9/9, so the impound date should be equal or greater than 8/9.

SELECT SoftSlips.SoftSlip, Species.Species, Breeds.Breed, SoftSlips.ColorNu, SoftSlips.OriginalName, SoftSlips.ImpoundCode, SoftSlips.Availability, SoftSlips.ImpoundDate, SoftSlips.Intake, SoftSlips.Weight, SoftSlips.Action, Placements.Kennel, Placements.PlacementDate, Placements.PlacementEndDate
FROM (Species INNER JOIN Breeds ON Species.SpeciesID = Breeds.SpeciesID) INNER JOIN (SoftSlips INNER JOIN qryLastPLacement AS Placements ON SoftSlips.SoftSlip = Placements.SoftSlip) ON (Species.SpeciesID = SoftSlips.SpeciesID) AND (Breeds.BreedID = SoftSlips.BreedID)
WHERE (((SoftSlips.ImpoundCode) Not In ("acord","acosd","ocsd","ocrd","rtn")) AND ((SoftSlips.ImpoundDate)>#8/1/2016#) AND ((SoftSlips.Intake)="south bay") AND ((SoftSlips.Weight) Is Null) AND ((SoftSlips.Action) Is Null))
ORDER BY Species.Species, SoftSlips.Intake;
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Question by:J.R. Sitman
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by:Jeff Darling
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use  > date()

SELECT SoftSlips.SoftSlip, Species.Species, Breeds.Breed, SoftSlips.ColorNu, SoftSlips.OriginalName, SoftSlips.ImpoundCode, SoftSlips.Availability, SoftSlips.ImpoundDate, SoftSlips.Intake, SoftSlips.Weight, SoftSlips.Action, Placements.Kennel, Placements.PlacementDate, Placements.PlacementEndDate
FROM (Species INNER JOIN Breeds ON Species.SpeciesID = Breeds.SpeciesID) INNER JOIN (SoftSlips INNER JOIN qryLastPLacement AS Placements ON SoftSlips.SoftSlip = Placements.SoftSlip) ON (Species.SpeciesID = SoftSlips.SpeciesID) AND (Breeds.BreedID = SoftSlips.BreedID)
WHERE (((SoftSlips.ImpoundCode) Not In ("acord","acosd","ocsd","ocrd","rtn")) AND ((SoftSlips.ImpoundDate)> date()) AND ((SoftSlips.Intake)="south bay") AND ((SoftSlips.Weight) Is Null) AND ((SoftSlips.Action) Is Null))
ORDER BY Species.Species, SoftSlips.Intake;

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by:J.R. Sitman
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that won't work.  That means greater than today.  I didn't clarify.  I need it to be 30 days prior to current date.  Sorry
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als315 earned 350 total points
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Try
SoftSlips.ImpoundDate)>Dateadd("d",-30, Date()).
But it will give you 10th of august, because we have 31 day in august.
You can use:
Dateadd("m",-1, Date())
it will give you one month
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by:J.R. Sitman
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Gave Jeff points because my question wasn't totally clear.
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