Databases :: Run Query In SQL...while Using Datetime - Error In List Of Function Arguments

Dec 6, 2010

i am developing a webaaplication using C# and MYSQL as backend..

i am facing problem to execute this query in MYSQL:

SELECT ID, Date, Event, Remark, school, section, class, schooltype, shift
FROM sessioncalendar
WHERE (school = 'SECONDARY SCHOOL') AND (class = 'IX') AND (section = 'B') AND (shift = 'SHIFT I') AND (schooltype = 'XYZ School')
AND MONTH ( Date )= '6'

AS the query works well wethout addind AND MONTH ( Date )= '6' ... but when i add this line query generate error

( Error in list of function arguments: ')' not recognized. Unable to parse query text.)

While same query is working successfully with Sql Server 2005...but i hvnt found any reason why my query is not working with Date(datetime) column..i hv google about it..but i found synatax is same in both SQL SErver 2005 and MY SQL syntax

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