On 10/04/2012 06:29 AM, Mark Stanton wrote:
And, as a "stylistic" suggestion, don't use a separate field for
transaction year, calculate it from transaction date. The reason is
that you've created a new classs of issue for yourself by doing this,
keeping two fields in step.
In general it's best to store basic data and calculate subsidiary
data from it, don't store subsidiary data.
One small step for mankind...
The function is Year(name) = year. For best results store the date in
Typical use is
Select column list
From table list
Where Year(column) = yyyy AND month = mm
There are other date/time functions available.
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