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select date sql (only show results within this week)

Posted on 2004-09-28
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I am trying to select all the records to display that are only within the current week

This is my SQL

SELECT date, projectnumber, fullname, hoursworked , code, description
            FROM userData
            INNER JOIN projects
            ON userData.projectnumber = projects.number
            where fullname ='Bob Smith'
            AND  DATE_SUB(CURDATE(),INTERVAL 7 DAY) <= date
            ORDER BY date ASC

the  DATE_SUB(CURDATE(),INTERVAL 7 DAY) <= date
part does not return the correct data
results:
2004-09-22
2004-09-24
2004-09-27
2004-10-01
2004-10-30

I only want to show the records between
2004-09-26 AND 2004-10-02
(the current work week)

Then on Sunday of next week I only want to show the records for that week
2004-10-03  to 2004-10-09
and so on each week there after.

What do I need to change to get only the records to show for the current week?

Thanks
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Question by:Timothy Golden
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by:Timothy Golden
ID: 12171453
anyone have a sugestion?

i guess i need to bump the points????

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Expert Comment

by:gtkfreak
ID: 12172370
In where clause, put in:
WEEK(day) = Week(curdate())

Trust it helps you.

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by:Timothy Golden
ID: 12172393
is this instead of this:
DATE_SUB(CURDATE(),INTERVAL 7 DAY) <= date

so my SQL would be this:

SELECT id,date, projectnumber, fullname,hoursworked ,code, description
            FROM userData
            INNER JOIN projects
            ON userData.projectnumber = projects.number
            where fullname ='Bob Smith'
            AND WEEK(day) = Week(curdate())
            ORDER BY date ASC
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by:Timothy Golden
ID: 12172412
changing to this did not hlep:
SELECT id,date, projectnumber, fullname,hoursworked ,code, description
          FROM userData
          INNER JOIN projects
          ON userData.projectnumber = projects.number
          where fullname ='Bob Smith'
          AND WEEK(day) = Week(curdate())
          ORDER BY date ASC

any other suggestions?
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Expert Comment

by:cLFlaVA
ID: 12172947
Wouldn't you want DATE_ADD instead of DATE_SUB?
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by:Timothy Golden
ID: 12172976
not sure that's why im asking :)

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Expert Comment

by:cLFlaVA
ID: 12172989
Like this?


    SELECT date
              , projectnumber
              , fullname
              , hoursworked
              , code
              , description
      FROM userData u INNER JOIN projects p
          ON u.projectnumber = p.number
    WHERE fullname = 'Bob Smith'
         AND date >= CURDATE()
         AND date < DATEADD(CURDATE(), INTERVAL 7 DAY)
ORDER BY date ASC
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by:cLFlaVA
ID: 12172993
and that should be DATE_ADD not DATEADD
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Expert Comment

by:cLFlaVA
ID: 12173034
Also, it's unclear which columns you're requesting from which tables...maybe you should make it a little more explicit, for readability sake:

    SELECT u.date
              , u.projectnumber
              , u.fullname
              , u.hoursworked
              , u.code
              , u.description
      FROM userData u INNER JOIN projects p
          ON u.projectnumber = p.number
    WHERE u.fullname = 'Bob Smith'
         AND date >= CURDATE()
         AND date < DATEADD(CURDATE(), INTERVAL 7 DAY)
ORDER BY date ASC

Of course, I don't know which tables these fields are coming from, so I put the u...
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by:Timothy Golden
ID: 12173172
does this help?

SELECT userData.id,
      userData.date,
      userData.projectnumber,
      userData.fullname,
      userData.hoursworked,
      projects.code,
      projects.description
      
      FROM userData
      
      INNER JOIN projects
      
      ON userData.projectnumber = projects.number
      
      where fullname ='Bob Smith'
      
      AND  DATE_ADD(CURDATE(),INTERVAL 7 DAY) <= userData.date
      
      ORDER BY date ASC

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cLFlaVA earned 100 total points
ID: 12173212
Does it work???

    SELECT u.date
              , u.projectnumber
              , u.fullname
              , u.hoursworked
              , p.code
              , p.description
      FROM userData u INNER JOIN projects p
          ON u.projectnumber = p.number
    WHERE u.fullname = 'Bob Smith'
         AND u.date >= CURDATE()
         AND u.date < DATE_ADD(CURDATE(), INTERVAL 7 DAY)
ORDER BY u.date ASC
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by:Timothy Golden
ID: 12173450
thanks!  that was it!
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