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I want to retreive the record that is saved on one day before the current
date.i wrote the following query but it dose not retreive the record.

SELETC * FROM Readings WHERE Readings.Date=Date-1;

but it don't retreive record .
Have any body any idia to solve this problem.

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You can not write like date = date-1. You will have to generate new date in the specified format.


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 Hello Sir
I want to retreive the record that is saved on one day before the current
date.i wrote the following query but it dose not retreive the record.

SELETC * FROM Readings WHERE Readings.Date=Date-1;

but it don't retreive record .
Have any body any idia to solve this problem.

Thanks

arshad mahmood
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Give this a shot:

SELECT *
FROM Readings
WHERE Readings.Date=DateAdd("d", Date, -1);

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