Came across this site while scouring the web for a solution to my problem. All of the answers on here seem very helpful and non judgmental. That is hard to come by in a lot of programming forums, so thanks.
I am using VS 2008 and have a DataGridView linked to a SQL table. One of the columns in my table is a dueDate column. On my form I have a set of check boxes and one of them is set to display all rows that have a dueDate > today's date (well that's what I want it to do). I have set up another filter on other criteria in other columns and am able to get it to work fine but I can't seem to find the trick to get the date comparison to work.
Here's the line I am having an issue with.
BillLogBindingSource.Filter = ("dueDate < System.DateTime.Now.Date")
Thanks in advance for any advice.