filtering results based on dynamic date in coldfusion and access database

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Apr 20, 2015 Apr 20, 2015

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Hello Guys, i am using a cfquery and am trying to return results based on date. the idea is to return entries that are less than or equal to date but am not getting any results but when i change to greater than or equal to i get the all results in databse which is wrong.

Below is my code. is there something am doing wrong? Please help.

<cffunction name="getBal" access="remote">

<cfargument name="ID_biodata" type="string" required="true">

        <cfargument name="quater" type="string" required="true"/>

        <cfargument name="datePaid" type="date" required="true"/>

       

        <cfquery name="qBal" datasource="bond100">

SELECT ID_biodata, quater, datePaid, amountPaid, manFees

FROM collections

WHERE datePaid <= <cfqueryparam cfsqltype="cf_sql_timestamp" value="#parseDateTime(arguments.datePaid)#">

            AND ID_biodata = <cfqueryparam cfsqltype="cf_sql_varchar" value="#arguments.ID_biodata#">

            AND quater = <cfqueryparam cfsqltype="cf_sql_varchar" value="#arguments.quater#">

            ORDER BY datePaid

</cfquery>

        <cfquery dbtype="query" name="results">

        SELECT SUM(CAST(amountPaid as INTEGER) + CAST(manFees as INTEGER)) AS totalPaid

            FROM qBal           

        </cfquery> 

        <cfreturn results />

    </cffunction>

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Apr 22, 2015 Apr 22, 2015

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Turn on debugging so that you can see what ColdFusion is sending to your database server.

The debug info will show the SQL statement with query parameter values below it.

Cheers

Eddie

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May 02, 2015 May 02, 2015

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Do this just before the point where the function is called:

<cfdump var="#parseDateTime(datePaid)#"><cfabort>

Is that the date value you expect?

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