One more time: ISODate() *DOES NOT WANT AND WILL NOT ACCEPT* a string
as its argument.
When you added those "#" characters around getDate
you converted the READY TO USE value in getdate
to a string
READ WHAT I WROTE ONE MORE TIME:
And then you should enter *CONSTANT* dates as
and if you are processing <form> input, you should do something like:
someDate = #24/06/2013# ' with #...# around them!
someDate = CDate( Request("someDate") ) 'immediately convert to a date!
The #...# *ONLY ONLY ONLY* is used around CONSTANT dates. *NOT* around dates that you have created using the CDATE() or DataSerial() functions (or around dates you have retrieved from database date fields).
Don't you have *ANY* ASP reference book or web site that you are learning from? Anything at all?