Mark Murphy/STAR BASE Consulting Inc. wrote:
Since that date function was built as a SQL stored procedure when you had your session defaults set to the 2 digit year format, it could be that the compiled routine is still expecting the two digit year format. Try recreating the stored procedure.

What stored procedure? The DISPLAYDAT UDF used in the VIEW explicitly sets the date format to *ISO, and it's compiled from a source member. The DATE() call that appears (at least) to be throwing the exception is the one that's in the WHERE clause of an ad-hoc SELECT.

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JHHL

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