In Outlook I get a message from a server.
The content of the message needs to be put into an Access db. But,
there may not exist another message with the same date. So, I need to
look into a db if there is already a message with the same date and
time. If there exists one, then it needs to be replaced and otherwise
the message needs to be added to the database. The database contains a
list of current positions from the vehicles on the road.
I have problems to compare a date time with a date time in an Access DB
via VBA. The query I use returns no records but there is a record in
This is the query I use:
adoRS.Open "SELECT * FROM currentpositions WHERE ((currentpositions.
[dateLT])=" & "#" & date_from_message & "#" & ")", adoConn, adOpenStatic,
Second I need to now what the result is of that query.
How can I determine the number of records that my query gives me?
Software/Hardware used: outlook 2003, access 2003, vba ,sql
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