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Finding 'Last' record in a query

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by DAngelia, Oct 28, 2005.

  1. DAngelia

    DAngelia
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    I used the following to get the last record from a query. I want to get the
    last record entered by date. I do not get the last record.

    I used this in the FIELD query grid --
    X: DatePart("yyyy",[YourDateField])&DatePart("m",[YourDateField])

    I used this as Criteria in the query grid --
    DatePart("yyyy",Date()-Day(Date()))&DatePart("m",Date()-Day(Date()))

    Pleae help!

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    Thanks
    D''''Angelia
     
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    Ofer

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    Try this instead to get the last record

    Select Top 1 TableName.* From TableName Order By YourDateField Desc
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    "DAngelia" wrote:

    > I used the following to get the last record from a query. I want to get the
    > last record entered by date. I do not get the last record.
    >
    > I used this in the FIELD query grid --
    > X: DatePart("yyyy",[YourDateField])&DatePart("m",[YourDateField])
    >
    > I used this as Criteria in the query grid --
    > DatePart("yyyy",Date()-Day(Date()))&DatePart("m",Date()-Day(Date()))
    >
    > Pleae help!
    >
    > --
    > Thanks
    > D''''Angelia
     
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