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Date Criteria With Any Day

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Garret, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. Garret

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    Hello,

    I'm looking to open a report using a line of code like this:

    DoCmd.OpenReport "rptMontlyCalibration", acViewPreview, , _
    "tblGages.LastCalib = #" & Month & "/1/" & Year &
    "#"

    where Month and Year hold numeric values entered by the user. I have
    the "1" there right now as a temporary character. I'm looking to make
    it so the criteria uses that Month and Year value, but works for any
    day. I thought of some solutions but ran into the problem that some
    months have 29, some 30, some 31, days.

    Thanks for any help.
     
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    schasteen

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    DoCmd.OpenReport "rptMontlyCalibration", acViewPreview, , _
    "(Month(tblGages.LastCalib) = " & Month & "and
    year(tblGages.LastCalib) = & Year &")"



    "Garret" wrote:

    > Hello,
    >
    > I'm looking to open a report using a line of code like this:
    >
    > DoCmd.OpenReport "rptMontlyCalibration", acViewPreview, , _
    > "tblGages.LastCalib = #" & Month & "/1/" & Year &
    > "#"
    >
    > where Month and Year hold numeric values entered by the user. I have
    > the "1" there right now as a temporary character. I'm looking to make
    > it so the criteria uses that Month and Year value, but works for any
    > day. I thought of some solutions but ran into the problem that some
    > months have 29, some 30, some 31, days.
    >
    > Thanks for any help.
    >
    >
     
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    Garret

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    Thanks, it was just what I wanted. I ended up using this statement:

    DoCmd.OpenReport "rptMontlyCalibration", acViewPreview, , _
    "(Month(tblGages.LastCalib) = " & Month & _
    "and Year(tblGages.LastCalib) = " & Year & ")"

    It turns out that you left out some quotation marks. Thanks bunches
    though!

    schasteen wrote:
    > DoCmd.OpenReport "rptMontlyCalibration", acViewPreview, , _
    > "(Month(tblGages.LastCalib) = " & Month & "and
    > year(tblGages.LastCalib) = & Year &")"
    >
     
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    schasteen

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    Sorry , sometimes my typing get ahead of my brain.

    "Garret" wrote:

    > Thanks, it was just what I wanted. I ended up using this statement:
    >
    > DoCmd.OpenReport "rptMontlyCalibration", acViewPreview, , _
    > "(Month(tblGages.LastCalib) = " & Month & _
    > "and Year(tblGages.LastCalib) = " & Year & ")"
    >
    > It turns out that you left out some quotation marks. Thanks bunches
    > though!
    >
    > schasteen wrote:
    > > DoCmd.OpenReport "rptMontlyCalibration", acViewPreview, , _
    > > "(Month(tblGages.LastCalib) = " & Month & "and
    > > year(tblGages.LastCalib) = & Year &")"
    > >

    >
    >
     
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