I found some clever SQL that allows you to strip the Time off of a DateTime in a SQL Server Command. This has several uses but it makes it simple to use normal Date parameters with DateTime fields and not having to worry about losing the last day due to the times being after midnight. The SQL would look like this:
DateAdd( day, datediff( day , 0 , YourDateTimeValue) , 0)
Alternately you could use this:
Convert(date, YourDateTimeValue ))
This link describes several other methods to do the same thing. Some might work better than others in your environment.
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