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You need properly formatted string expressions for your date values: Dim dateFrom As Date Dim dateTo As Date dateFrom = DateValue(Forms! formOptions!. From within VB, I need to bring up an Access Report based on a Query that needs a I want to pass the RecordId in from VB via the port call. Microsoft Access tutorial: Using OpenReport method of DoCmd object to open a report.
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MS Access – Docmd. When I try this code: And when I put a pair of extra ‘ ‘ around the field name in the above code to be: OpenReport “reportLog”, acViewReport,strCriteria The report opens normally but instead of just the record between the dates, all of the records appear. Have also tried using the WhereCondition: You need properly formatted string expressions for your date values: If ActionTime appears more than once, try: Tried this, but opendeport ‘Enter parameter value’ dialog is still popping-up.
I thought perhaps because it can’t recognize [ActionTime], and added [reportLog]! Thanks for your suggestion.
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Then [ActionTime] is misspelled or isn’t a field openreprot the recordsource of the report. I’ve checked multiple times and [ActionTime] is the exact same name of the field in both the report and also the table, and yes the spelling is the same. I don’t know what else is causing this. Check the criteria string – see Debug. Print in the edited answer. I’ve also checked using debug before.
And this is what comes up in the immediate window. However, the easy and safe way to do this is just to set parameters: Erik von Asmuth And opejreport with and without the  around the field name.
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Will edit the question. But ActionTime in this report is taken from a table, and in the table, the type for this field is date, is it still considered as string? I’ll try the method you’ve recommended, thanks.
Anything delimited by ‘ quotes is a string in Access SQL.
Different ways to open an access report using DoCmd.OpenReport
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