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Default data type mismatches

I am at a loss with these two errors.

I am writing a form with over 40 fields that are written to a an access 2000 db in asp classic.

I am having problems with two types of data types: boolean and dates

In Access the fields are:
name: flexible, data type: yes/no
name:startdate1, data type:date (short date)

The form:

<input name="activityFlex" type="checkbox" id="activityFlex" value="True">
<input name="startTime1" type="text" id="startTime1">



Writing to the db using the recordset:


I get errors at the :

 - both lines give me errors that is as follows:

Error Type:
Provider (0x80020005)
Type mismatch.

Can anybody help me? I have tried delimiting (#date#) and CInt(date)and have tried true, yes and 1 for the boolean.


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