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Where Clause with created date column Does not produce results

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See my where clause below: String whereClause = “status = ‘completed’ and asignedTo = '”+astatus+"’ and created = ‘08/18/2019’"; I dont get the results i want at all. it loads no result. Yet i have values i expect to load. Please is there something rong with my where clause ?

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Please use unix timestamp as milliseconds in the where clause of any Backendless SDK.