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Access97 Calendar Datasource Conflict ??

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by KindredWolf, Sep 7, 2004.

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  1. KindredWolf

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    I am working on a customer service call center record database using Access97. The primary table has a primary key with a default value of "=Now()" and shows sup accordingly on the form in the following format:
    9/7/04 8:54:17 AM

    I would prefer to drop the seconds value in the form view

    Form has two fields linked to "Call Date & Time" data source. One is a standard text box, no mask, default value inherited from table (meaning the form itself does not set the default). The other is an activeX control "Calendar Control 8.0".

    Here's the main issue: the calandar will show Tomorrow's date when the time from "Call Date & Time" is Noon or Later, e.g. 9/2/04 12:34:50 PM
    And there are no programmed events (i.e. After Update, etc.)

    I want the calendar to be linked to "Call Date & Time" in order to easily reference the day of the week and month visually for previous records.

    Is there an easy fix or can it be fixed at all? This database is on a work computer, which I can not apply service packs or bug fixes for anything on it. I am using Windows NT 4.00.1381
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    Please reply... I really need help with this one
     
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