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Problems when retrieving data via ODBC on a joined query. Getting "Error: [DataDirect][ODBC OPENEDGE Driver] Error in row Code: 80004005" when the where clause contains improperly formatted date comparison.

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Article Number000056259
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 11.3
OS: Windows

OpenEdge-SQL Client Access-Windows-Windows 7
Question/Problem Description
Problems when retrieving  data via ODBC on a joined query. Getting "Error: [DataDirect][ODBC OPENEDGE Driver] Error in row Code: 80004005" when the where clause contains improperly formatted date comparison.
Query runs without the where clause statement.
Where clause contains less than or equal comparison on date field.
The content of the date field clause in the code has curly braces surrounding the date.
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error MessageError: [DataDirect][ODBC OPENEDGE Driver] Error in row Code: 80004005
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
Curly braces are not part of a date field value.
Resolution
Remove the curly braces for the date field clause value.

Example of BAD SQL STATEMENT:
select * from Pub.Invoice where invoicedate <= '{01/01/2000}'

Example of GOOD SQL STATEMENT:
select * from Pub.Invoice where invoicedate <= '01/01/2000'
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Last Modified Date12/9/2015 3:17 PM
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