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I am new to Nav Query
I am trying to creating a query through Nav Development Environment with filtering "Requested Receipt Date" is empty
I have tried "<>0" and " ", but it asks me to put a valid date
What is a valid date I should put in order to filter no date ones?
Please try with ‘<>%1’,0D
Thank you but no, it does not work, it still shows "Not a valid Date".
Please share your code or filters here
SetFilter("Requested Receipt Date",'<>%1',0D); //not empty date
SetRange("Requested Receipt Date",0D)l; //empty date
Hi, just add others' reply.
Blank date is specified bu 0D in NAV.
More details: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/business-central/dev-itpro/developer/methods-auto/date/date-data-type
Hope this also helps.
Thank you, I have found the answer. it is >01011900 as SQL stores no date in the table as a date from the 1700’s rather than blank.
Thank you, I have found the answer, it is >01011900 -as SQL stores no date in the table as a date from the 1700’s rather than blank.
Thank you Teddy, I have found the answer, how can I verify the answer?
Don't remember exactly.
On the replies, there should be a button or action to verify the answers. Only the original requester can see it.
Please check this.
the answer, it is >01011900 -as SQL stores no date in the table as a date from the 1700’s rather than blank.
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