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Inserting Date/Time into MS Access Database #2

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I am using Labview 8.0. I am able to write the Date in MS Access but i am not able to read it through Labview. In my case i have to read the data where Start Date=02/10/2007 and End Date= 23/10/2007. I am using this command - 
SELECT*From Table_Name Where Date between '02/10/2007' AND '23/10/2007'    
but i am getting error - 
Error -2147217887 occurred at Conn Execute.vi->Untitled 2.vi
Possible reason(s):Exception occured in Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers: ODBC driver does not support the requested properties. in Conn Execute.vi->Untitled 2.vi
Please give suggestion to read the data.
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