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Hi,
I have two fields in a sql table one is closed and the other is closedNoTime.
What i need to do is do a count on the closed field where the closedNoTime is less than 30 days to present date the getDate() function so i write this

Select count(closed)
From table name
where ClosedNoTime = (getDate() - 30)

but it returns zero when i know there are entries there can some please help
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Select count(closed)
From table name
where ClosedNoTime >= (getDate() - 30)
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or:

Select count(closed)
From table name
where ClosedNoTime >= DATEADD(d,GETDATE(),-30)
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by:AdelKh
ID: 20289257
You can use
Select count(closed)
From table name
where DateDiff(day,ClosedNoTime getDate()) <= 30
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