|1. Click Start | Run and type cmd or command
2. In the command line, make sure that you are in the root directory of drive C
For Example: You should see in the command line C:
(Change the c root directory if the database is installed on different logical drive )
3. Type the following in the command line
use qcdao (or the database name if different from qcdao)
update lablot set expireddate = 'date is entered here’ where lotID = ' lot id is entered here’
You should see the number of rows affected.