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I need to consult Salesforce records that where created in the last 7 days, but when I test the email it appears the following error:

Call to retrieve records for salesforceobject Questionario__c failed! Error in the application.
API Fault: Salesforce.com Fault thrown.
Exception Type:MalformedQueryFault
Exception Code:MALFORMED_QUERY
Exception Message: '0010U000003EkpkQAC' AND LastModifiedDate > 12/25/2017 4:31:35 ^ ERROR at Row:1:Column:223 unexpected token: / At row:1 and column: 223

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set @id = Id

set @today = now()

set @setedias = dateadd(@today,'-6','D')


set @Questfinalizado1 = retrievesalesforceobjects('Questionario__c','Pesquisador__c,Status_do_Questionario__c,LastModifiedDate','Status_do_Questionario__c','=','Pendente de Análise VIDI','Pesquisador__c','=',@id)

set @Questfinalizado2 = retrievesalesforceobjects('Questionario__c','Pesquisador__c,Status_do_Questionario__c,LastModifiedDate','Status_do_Questionario__c','=','Em Aprovação','Pesquisador__c','=',@id)

set @Questfinalizado3 = retrievesalesforceobjects('Questionario__c','Pesquisador__c,Status_do_Questionario__c,Data_alteracao_status__c,LastModifiedDate','Status_do_Questionario__c','=','Aprovado','Pesquisador__c','=',@id,'LastModifiedDate','>',@setedias)


set @countfinalizado1 = rowcount(@Questfinalizado1)

set @countfinalizado2 = rowcount(@Questfinalizado2)

set @countfinalizado3 = rowcount(@Questfinalizado3)

set @totalfinal = add(@countfinalizado1,@countfinalizado2)

set @totalfinalizado = add(@totalfinal,@countfinalizado3)

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When I test it whithout the 'LastModifiedDate','>',@setedias criteria it runs normally.

Am I doing something wrong?

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try hard fixing a date on setedias and see if that works (try different formats and values:

set @setedias = '01/01/2018'

if passing in a hardcoded date works (if you find a working format) then you're going in the right direction. Then you could play about with a FormatDate function.

set @setedias = formatdate(dateadd(@today,'-6','D'), "MMM dd, yyyy", "HH:mm:ss.tt", "en-US")

My gut tells me it's something to do with your date format lookup on LastModifiedDate

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Try this:

set @setedias = FORMATDATE(dateadd(@today,'-6','D'), "yyyy-mm-ddTHH:mm:ss.000Z")
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