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MSQuery date criteria using 'today's' date

MSQuery date criteria using 'today's' date

MSQuery date criteria using 'today's' date

I've been following a previous (now closed) thread on this & see there was not a conclusive solution.

For returning the date using MSQuery:


For returning today minus 65 days use:


RE: MSQuery date criteria using 'today's' date


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Do you have a question?

Just an observation on returning today's date. It all depends on the database you are accessing. So if you have a question, please include the database you are tapping.


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RE: MSQuery date criteria using 'today's' date

On further inspection I found some issues with that previous code & found this one is much better:


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