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i have a table with list of data.

i want to get the data from last 5 days using query order by date.
table structure is
itemid
itemname
date
datecreated
username

so i want to get a data based on date for last 5 days
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Question by:romeiovasu
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David Todd earned 1000 total points
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Hi,

select
  itemID
  , itemname
  , [date]
  , datecreated
  , username
from dbo.sometable
where [date] > dateadd( dd, -1, getdate() )
order by
  [date]

HTH
  David
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where [date] > dateadd(datediff(day,0,getdate()),-5)

otherwise it will be exactly five days ago (120 hours)
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