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Quick search is not possible on a DateTime type column. This is due to the way the data is encoded which cannot be parsed by the quick search.
1. When searching by date, there is no result even though there is information for that keyed in date.
2. When keyed in the date in same format as a displayed date column.
Use a store procedure that converts the DateTime column to text before it is sent to the view.
The SQL to be implemented is as follows:
SELECT CONVERT(VARCHAR(11), GETDATE(), 106) AS [DD MON YYYY]
Where getdate() should be replaced with selecting your column.