Access Queries: Format Date by Year
Begin Date: (Format([courseBeginDate],"mm/dd/y")) AS [Begin Date]
I told it to Group By and Sort Descending
The Dates are sorted by the month then day.
I would like the date to instead sort by latest year, then month, then day.
Instead of looking like this
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The date of birth field I have changed the input mask to 0000;;_ | I have tried short, medium and long date in the format properties.
The report is grouping correct by birth year but displaying the full date of one of the birthdates in the group. I only want it to display the year - ie 2000.
I would like to have my forms in Access go on a fiscal year calendar. Is there any way that access will let me change the date format so that November of 2003 is recognized as the new fiscal year of
I then add the "Between FiscalYear() And Date()" to the date fields in my queries. the queries are working great. My issue is that I'm trying to get my reports to give the year-to-date based on the fiscal year but they keep breaking them down to the calendar year. How do I set the sort fields in the report to sort by my fiscal year of Nov 1 to Oct 31?
How can get Date() to only show up as the Month & Year in a text box so I do not have change this every month manually?
However, I've just been told that all reporting needs to be based on the Financial year (July to June) instead of the calendar year.
without hardcoding dates in my queries. and then call that function from the query? If so, how would this look?
Or, can I create a table with dates, and call that? (At least then it would only need to be updated in one place).
Right now a date conversion table is used. So when referencing that field it does a join on the number date and return the date format. Two field table. First column is 'number date format' and the second is 'return date format'. The table is manually kept up each year.
Just trying to figure out how to format that into a Date format so that I can perform date function on it using sql so that I don't have to maintain the date conversion table
The dates span across a fiscal year, starting with 4/09 (if 2009 is entered for example), ending with 3/10. Of course when I try sorting the Date ascending, the query shows 1/10, 2/10, 3/10, 4/09, 5/09.12/09. I tried adding another column to the query with a "yy/mm" format to sort by the year. This column then displays the dates as 10/1, 10/2, 10/3, 10/4, 10/5.10/12. I don't understand why it changed the year for all records as "10".
Ultimately, I would like the query to show the dates as Apr 09, May 09, Jun 09.Mar 10. This format & order is important, because it is being exported into Excel as a chart with a data table. Can someone please explain what I am missing
like 14-May-08(Format - Date - Medium) to May'08(any format).
Please solved quickly as I have a database from 01-Jan-2003 to till date. & I have to calculate per month productivity. so I need extract month & year in this format(May'08) form a date like (14-May-08).
The code works in terms of not allowing a date prior to current year, or does not allow it to exceed current year + 20. But if a user accidently reponds then deletes and trys to move on, it states a 94 error: Null value debug.
Private Sub Entrance_Doors___Flats__Renew_Year__20_LE_AfterUpdate() If Me.[Entrance Doors - Flats (Renew Year) 20 LE] < Format(Date, "yyyy") Then
MsgBox "Renew Year Invalid: Less than current year!"
End If If CLng(Me.[Entrance Doors - Flats (Renew Year) 20 LE] >= (Format(Date, "yyyy") + 20)) Then
MsgBox "Renew Year Invalid: Exceeds life expectancy