troubleshooting Question

Using a time stamp correctly in sql

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Access vba

Using ian INSERT statement in vba.

What I need: sometimes the  " InProgress_or_Closed_at" value does not get inserted?
i'm i using the  "Now()"  correctly in the sql statement ?

Or is there a better way to write it to make sure a time stamp is posted correctly ?


ttt = Forms!dataentry.txtReOpened
                    strsql_sql = "INSERT INTO [dbo_t_nsc_trackcode_trans_time_entry](NSC_ID_Ref, [opened_at], InProgress_or_Closed_at)" & vbCrLf
                    strsql_sql = strsql_sql & "VALUES (" & Me.NSC_Id & ",'" & ttt & "' , now());"
                     CurrentDb.Execute strsql_sql, dbSeeChanges


Thanks
fordraiders
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