I’m selecting records between two dates (InitialDate and FinalDate as new Date)
SELECT UUID FROM emitted_invoices WHERE EMITTER='SAPI568296W' AND 'InitialDate.SQLDate + 00:00:00.000' and 'FinalDate.SQLDate + 23:59.59.997'
If I set InitialDate and FinalDate as these way, everything its ok It reads all the Year.
InitialDate as String = "2016"
InitialDate.SQLDate= YearSelected + “-01-01”
FinalDate.SQLDate= YearSelected + “-12-31”[/code]
It loads successfully the total of records that are “23” records.
But then I wondered that a Month doesn’t have the same amount of days, sometimes may have 30, 31, in case of Februarys it got 28 or 29.
So I do that:
InitialDate.GMTOffset = -7 InitialDate.Year = Val(YearSelected) InitialDate.Month = 01 InitialDate.day = DaysInaMonth(InitialDate) FinalDate.GMTOffset = -7 FinalDate.Year = Val(YearSelected) FinalDate.Month = 12 FinalDate.day = DaysInaMonth(FinalDate)
But when I do this I only got “21 Records”, instead of 23.
Taking a quick look closer, I realized that the Records made in January its not being loaded.
Otherwise If I do it at the other way It loads January records without problem, the issue here is that I don’t wanna do it as this way, cuz I previously explained the days in a month.
What Am I doing wrong.
Am I misunderstanding something?