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What is the count when you execute ‘Select count(*) from V1 where date between 20210601 and 20210607’?
That would be the correct number.

By the way you should not use ‘DATE’ as the column name for you date column. DATE is a reserved word. Call it MYDATE, TheDate, ADate, or anything else.

If WRKQRY is not giving you the correct number, then I would look at the WRKQRY for the issue.
And how are the counts different? By 1 record, 2 records, double the records, triple?
At this point you are in debug mode.

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Subject: Re: [EXTERNAL] records between two dates


Yes, They ( here record count in WRKQRY's report is more than SQL Query's record count ) are different and not sure what is wrong with my SQL Query or with the View Or with the WRKQRY here.


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