SQL Date/Time Table Selection

I have a database with a field set to Date/Time.My project has a variable that is of type Date.In a text box it displays 04/21/97. I cannot get the SQL statement to recognize it so that I can select those records with that date. I can use the format #4/21/97#. Help!

Dim SQLsource As String    Dim stringTempDate As String    stringTempDate = dateWeekEdit    Text2.Text = stringTempDate    SQLsource = “SELECT * FROM Timecard”        ‘    SQLsource = “SELECT * FROM Timecard WHERE Empl_Number = ” _        & EmployeeNumber & ” AND Wk_Ending = ” & stringTempDate        ‘ The above SQL statement has trouble using any date string        ‘ to check against the Wk_Ending field which is set to Date/Time        ‘ format.    datTimecard.DatabaseName = App.Path & dbTimeCard    datTimecard.RecordSource = SQLsource    datTimecard.Refresh

You’re on the right track using the pound signs; however, I would try itlike this:

  SQLsource = “SELECT * FROM Timecard WHERE Empl_Number = ” _     & EmployeeNumber & ” AND Wk_Ending = #” & stringTempDate & “#”
Let stringTempDate just be the date. Make sure that the Wk_Ending field isactually a Date/Time field and not something else. The pound sign trickonly works on real date/time fields.

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