Date Computation

Posted on 2006-10-22
Last Modified: 2013-11-20
My application is supposed to perform a SQL query to list down transaction not processed in the last 30 days. How shall I construct such SQL statement ? Thanks.
Question by:MyQ2004
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by:deepu chandran
deepu chandran earned 50 total points
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This example query will help you For this,
DATEDIFF() Function Will Find Out The Difference Between the Dates.

USE pubs
SELECT DATEDIFF(day, pubdate, getdate()) AS no_of_days
FROM titles

Refer this urls also
I think this will help you

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deepu chandran earned 50 total points
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SELECT * where (DATEDIFF(day,'9/23/2006', getdate())) = 30
JUst give your Date Field in the above query


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