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Microsoft Access not pulling incorrect data

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by MarkNie, Feb 8, 2007.

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  1. MarkNie

    MarkNie Thread Starter

    Feb 8, 2007
    Hi All

    Your help in this will be greatly appreciated, been racking my brain but just can't figure it out.


    SELECT tblTracking.PortfolioCode, tblTracking.[CRG Deadline], IIf(IsNull(qrybDistributionDeadline.Date),Null,CDate(CLng(qrybDistributionDeadline.Date))) AS D_Date, Count(*) AS [CountOfCRG Deadline], tblTracking.ProductType
    FROM tblTracking AS tblTracking LEFT JOIN qrybDistributionDeadline AS qrybDistributionDeadline ON tblTracking.TrackingID = qrybDistributionDeadline.TrackingID
    WHERE Not ( tblTracking.PortfolioCode In("630541","630542"))
    AND tblTracking.[CRG Deadline] tblTracking.[CRG Deadline] OR qrybDistributionDeadline.Date Is Null)
    GROUP BY tblTracking.PortfolioCode, tblTracking.[CRG Deadline], IIf(IsNull(qrybDistributionDeadline.Date),Null,CDate(CLng(qrybDistributionDeadline.Date))), tblTracking.ProductType
    ORDER BY tblTracking.PortfolioCode;

    The Story:

    I am trying to run daily report which show me all the reports that are not signed off or late, I did this buy creating a query which checks the dates of the 2 tables.
    CRG Deadline is the date which the report is suppost to be signed off by.
    qrybDistributionDeadline.Date is the date that the user signed off the report.

    It seems to be working at first glance but then I saw that when the qrybDistributionDeadline.Date = 01/02/2007 12:00:00 or later it changed the date to the following day. Any help with this will be greatly appreciated.

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