sql: current date - 60?

hi all

i want to update data 3 months older than the current date

how can i do this?
malraffAsked:
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Ashok KumarCommented:
DATEDIFF(month, @date, getdate())<3
something like this.
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mamalik00Commented:
MSSql Server

 select datepart(mm,getdate()) - 3
 
this query will return you the current month - 3
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Ashok KumarCommented:
you need to use the condition in your update where clause.
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
>3 months older
as suggested by above comments, please clarify what exactly means "3 months" ...


"exactly" 3 months ago:
dateadd(month, -3, getdate())


however, you might want to take only full months ?
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Atdhe NuhiuCommented:
update yourtable
set yourfield=value
where datefield < dateadd(mm,-3,getdate() )
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malraffAuthor Commented:

 select datepart(mm,getdate()) - 3 still returned 2010-08-05 00:00:00.000

angel -- yours works 100%, i want exactly 3 months as you provided!
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