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hello,

in MS SQL we use Getdate() -1 to get yesterdays data, what if I need to get the last 5 min or the last 2 hours data.... is there something like Getime() -2 ?

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by:Scott Pletcher
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DATEADD(MINUTE, -5, GETDATE())  , etc.
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by:ezzadin
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hi Scott,

Thanks... well, can you help me with the query plz:


my table name is session, I need to return all session that were recorded 5 minutes ago, field name is sessionstart

Thanks

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by:pai_prasad
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Select *
from session
where sessionstart = DATEADD(MINUTE, -5, GETDATE())  
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by:Anthony Perkins
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>> I need to return all session that were recorded 5 minutes ago, field name is sessionstart <<
You don't actually mean exaclty 5 minutes ago, do you?
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Scott Pletcher earned 125 total points
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For all sessions started within the last five minutes (5 mins ago, 4 mins ago, etc.):

SELECT *
FROM session
WHERE sessionStart >= DATEADD(MINUTE, -5, CONVERT(CHAR(16), GETDATE(), 120))


For all sessions started within the 5th min. ago only :
SELECT *
FROM session
WHERE sessionStart >= DATEADD(MINUTE, -5, CONVERT(CHAR(16), GETDATE(), 120)) AND sessionStart < DATEADD(MINUTE, -4, CONVERT(CHAR(16), GETDATE(), 120))
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by:ezzadin
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Hi Scott,

your query worked.

Thanks

Thanks Pai and acperkins
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