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Criteria: Between #date# And #otherDate# cause Microsoft Access database to corrupt and then I get this error message: Unrecognized database format

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

SQL CASE WHEN Logic does not work for comparison to NOW() date

I am using Apache Phoenix Query Server. I need to manipulate the payment_status column so that it follows the logic below and be corrected. However, I noticed that even when paid_date is equal to now_date, the converted status (new_payment_status) becomes “Overdue” instead of “Due”. Any ideas why was that happening? Result and Metadata: Edit: Embeded a screenshot instead, because markdown

How to return rows containing decimals in a range

I have the following table: Rows Decimals First Second Third Fourth I only want to return the rows where the second to last decimal is between 0.7 to 0.94 (inclusive), but all the other numbers can contain any value. For the above table, this would be only the second row. How can I specify my query

DB2 leading zeroes [closed]

Closed. This question needs details or clarity. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Add details and clarify the problem by editing this post. Closed last month. Improve this question How to trim only zeroes in a leading position in a string? I’m writing a DB2 script that removes all leading zeroes from a string that

Copy data on parent and child table

I have two database tables. What I need to do is to copy specific data from one storage to another, but also keep the mapping to the photos. First part I can do easily writing but after that newly inserted items does not have photos. Note, that document_id field is unique for not copied items. Answer Assuming id columns are