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Default Set value in .adp form to UDT in SQL Server

I'm trying to qualify the SQL Server user defined type EndDate to be recognized in an .adp file VBA module. So an after upddate event on a form will set the user defined type EndDate to equal the value chosen in that form. Something like this:

Private Sub Evaluation_ID_BeforeUpdate(Cancel As Integer)
EndDate = CVar([Evaluation_ID])
End Sub

how is EndDate qualified?
Thank you

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