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Shamrox
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How to format DateTime for filter query

Good afternoon. I'm trying to figure the correct way to write the Filter Query so that I can get a list of just items that have a "StartDate" of today. The field in my Sharepoint list is storing the Date and Time. I feel I need to strip the times away in order to get all items that have today's date. This is what I started with but I get an error.

 

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Shamrox
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Circling back after searching some other threads. Turns out the "internal" name of the column was actually DATE.

so, switched it and it now works. 

 

Thank you for the assist. 

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Hi @Shamrox

 

Please see my video tutorial about this.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRKtB37hJ4g

 

 

Thanks

 

 



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Shamrox
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Watched your video, thank you, very concise.

 

Now I get this error. I know the column exists, i'm looking right at it.

 

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Shamrox
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Circling back after searching some other threads. Turns out the "internal" name of the column was actually DATE.

so, switched it and it now works. 

 

Thank you for the assist. 

View solution in original post

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