Help with SQL statement in a coldfusion application

I created 2 drop down list boxes one that contains the months
and the second that contains the year. Right now my sql statement
is Select * from job where releaseDate=#imageDate#. Now this was
written in 2006 and I didn't know they were going to continue to
use the tool in 2007. So now I need a sql statement that if a user
selects Jan 2007 that all of jan 2007 will display. The format for
the datetime field in the database is Jan 2 2007 hh:mm:ss the first
box is named imageDate and the second is called StatusDate

Take a look at the T-SQL datepart function.
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>I created 2 drop down list boxes one that contains the
months and the
>second
> that contains the year. Right now my sql statement is
Select * from job
> where
> releaseDate=#imageDate#. Now this was written in 2006
and I didn't know
> they
> were going to continue to use the tool in 2007. So now I
need a sql
> statement
> that if a user selects Jan 2007 that all of jan 2007
will display. The
> format
> for the datetime field in the database is Jan 2 2007
hh:mm:ss the first
> box is
> named imageDate and the second is called StatusDate
>

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