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Hey!
I've got this error message:  [JDBC Progress Driver]:Invalid date value (7496)

My XML file


I want to create a checkbox which can hide the expired dates.
Could anyone help me please?
 
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I don't see anything in that XML which has anything to do with check boxes. It looks like it might be for formatting a table based on an SQL query.

Also I would expect the database driver to produce that message when trying to update or insert a record with an invalid date value. There's an SQL query in your XML but it's a SELECT query, which I wouldn't expect to produce that error.
 
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Since you have an error message, presumably there's a stack trace that goes with it that will point you to where in the code that error is coming from?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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