In Microsoft Access, I made a simple query with criteria to list all entries in a table between two dates. It was working well for more than a year, but now I think I am facing a bug…
Between #2022-11-29# And #2023-01-26# causes a bug that corrupts the database and then I get the error message: Unrecognized database format
Between #2022-11-29# And #2023-01-25# causes no bug and no error message and I get the data
<#2022-11-29# causes no bug and no error message and I get the data
Any idea how we can find what is causing the bug and prevent database to get currupted?
I removed the data from shared folder and recreated the problem locally on one computer. Same issue…
*** UPDATE ***
I found this in the result when I query: <#2022-11-29#
I am trying to remove the entry but I always get the Invalid bookmark popup. any idea how to remove this line?
Here is how I fixed this:
I exported all the data I could to Excel from the corrumpted database and then removed problematic data in Excel manually.
I exported same data of the most recent backup in Excel too.
I merged all the data into excel. Verified the data manually and with formulas comparing differences between sheets.
I then deleted all the entries in Access tables.
I imported the data from Excel sheets to Access tables.
The problem seems to be gone.