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Old May 18th, 2010, 09:33 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.queries
Gaetan via AccessMonster.com
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Default 90 days and the first of the month

I'm trying to figure out hoe to calculate 90 days from hire and the first
of the month

Example:

HiredDate Insurance activated

1/3/2010 4/1/2010 That is 90 days and the
following 1st of the month

Exception to the Rule:

1/1/2010 3/1/2010 If hired on the first its just
HiredDate +90


All I came up with for my query is

INSsurance: DateAdd("m",3,[DateHired]-Day([DateHired])+1)

Any assistance wiuld greatly be appreciated

Thanks


G

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Old May 19th, 2010, 02:21 AM posted to microsoft.public.access.queries
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Default 90 days and the first of the month

On Tue, 18 May 2010 20:33:47 GMT, "Gaetan via AccessMonster.com" [email protected]
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I'm trying to figure out hoe to calculate 90 days from hire and the first
of the month

Example:

HiredDate Insurance activated

1/3/2010 4/1/2010 That is 90 days and the
following 1st of the month

Exception to the Rule:

1/1/2010 3/1/2010 If hired on the first its just
HiredDate +90


All I came up with for my query is

INSsurance: DateAdd("m",3,[DateHired]-Day([DateHired])+1)

Any assistance wiuld greatly be appreciated

Thanks


G


Try

DateSerial(Year([HiredDate]), Month([HiredDate])+IIF(Day([HiredDate]=1,3,4),1)

This will get *three months* which is not necessarily equal to 90 days.
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Old May 19th, 2010, 03:28 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.queries
Gaetan via AccessMonster.com
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Default 90 days and the first of the month

Thanks for the reply

I'm getting an error message on the following query.

90days from hireateSerial(Year([HiredDate]), Month([HiredDate])+IIF(Day(
[HiredDate]=1,3,4),1)

The error message is: The expression you have enterd has a function
containing the wrong
number of arguments.

Any Ideas

Gaetan

John W. Vinson wrote:
I'm trying to figure out hoe to calculate 90 days from hire and the first
of the month

[quoted text clipped - 20 lines]

G


Try

DateSerial(Year([HiredDate]), Month([HiredDate])+IIF(Day([HiredDate]=1,3,4),1)

This will get *three months* which is not necessarily equal to 90 days.


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Old May 19th, 2010, 09:03 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.queries
John Spencer
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Default 90 days and the first of the month

Missing a closing parenthesis in the Day(HiredDate) call

DateSerial(Year([HiredDate]), Month([HiredDate])+
IIF(Day([HiredDate])=1,3,4),1)


John Spencer
Access MVP 2002-2005, 2007-2010
The Hilltop Institute
University of Maryland Baltimore County

Gaetan via AccessMonster.com wrote:
Thanks for the reply

I'm getting an error message on the following query.

90days from hireateSerial(Year([HiredDate]), Month([HiredDate])+IIF(Day(
[HiredDate]=1,3,4),1)

The error message is: The expression you have enterd has a function
containing the wrong
number of arguments.

Any Ideas

Gaetan

John W. Vinson wrote:
I'm trying to figure out hoe to calculate 90 days from hire and the first
of the month

[quoted text clipped - 20 lines]
G

Try

DateSerial(Year([HiredDate]), Month([HiredDate])+IIF(Day([HiredDate]=1,3,4),1)

This will get *three months* which is not necessarily equal to 90 days.


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Old May 20th, 2010, 05:04 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.queries
Gaetan via AccessMonster.com
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Default 90 days and the first of the month

John

Thanks That worked Great!!

John Spencer wrote:
Missing a closing parenthesis in the Day(HiredDate) call

DateSerial(Year([HiredDate]), Month([HiredDate])+
IIF(Day([HiredDate])=1,3,4),1)

John Spencer
Access MVP 2002-2005, 2007-2010
The Hilltop Institute
University of Maryland Baltimore County

Thanks for the reply

[quoted text clipped - 20 lines]

This will get *three months* which is not necessarily equal to 90 days.


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