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Stored procedure to filter records between getdate() minus 1-3 months

Stored procedure to filter records between getdate() minus 1-3 months

Stored procedure to filter records between getdate() minus 1-3 months

(OP)
I'm trying to create a stored procedure to display the records in an incident database for the last 30, 60, or 90 days.

I have tried
"Between Date( ) And DateAdd("M", -1, Date( ))"
but the access projects gives me the error
"ADO error:'Date' is not a recognized function name."

I tried changing date to getdate but it still errors out.

This database stores incidents and complaints about employees and we can only take action if the complaints are within a set period of time.

TIA for any assistance.

RE: Stored procedure to filter records between getdate() minus 1-3 months

>= DATEADD(M, - 6, GETDATE())

works for me.  Note - no quotes round the M.

RE: Stored procedure to filter records between getdate() minus 1-3 months

(OP)
Thanks ajrimmer for the assistance.

I was tied up on another project and I finally got a chance to try your solution and it worked like a charm.

Thanks again.

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