Collect and display data for dates needed using mysql database as a source.

Hi there, I would like to know, how to collect the data for past 2 weeks from MYSQL database.

Basically the output should be

2 Decision(s) were made on 03-29-12
1 Decision(s) were made on 03-28-12
3 Decision(s) were made on 03-27-12

and so on..

Data in mysql database(Username, UserID, Date, DataType, Decision)

demouser demoid 03-29-12 03:52	datatype	decision
demouser demoid 03-29-12 17:07	datatype	decision
demouser demoid 03-28-12 17:07	datatype	decision
demouser demoid 03-27-12 17:07	datatype	decision
demouser demoid 03-27-12 17:07	datatype	decision
demouser demoid 03-27-12 17:07	datatype	decision

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Thank you.
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Ahmed MerghaniSoftware EngineerCommented:
Hello,

You can create temporary view and format your date as you want and then count the date from the view as this:

create OR REPLACE view view1 as (select date(date_time) from table1)

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Select count(*) from view1

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Ahmed MerghaniSoftware EngineerCommented:
Sorry,

This is the correct one:

create OR REPLACE view view1 as (select date(date_time) the_date from table1)

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select count(*) from view1 group by the_date

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mropenmindAuthor Commented:
Could you please provide me with the statement based on the picture I've posted.
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Ahmed MerghaniSoftware EngineerCommented:
Here is the code:

create OR REPLACE view gmtc_tickets_view as (select date(ticket_date) the_date from gmtc_tickets)

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select count(*), the_date from gmtc_tickets_view group by the_date

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Ray PaseurCommented:
Suggest you don't use "DATE" for a column name -- reserved words may cause confusion when they are used for other purposes.

I think fishboy2000sd is on the right track.  If you wanted to limit the query to the last two weeks you might use something like this...

$new = date('c', strtotime('Now'));
$old = date('c', strtotime('Today - 2 weeks'));
$sql = "SELECT ... WHERE ticket_date BETWEEN '$old' AND '$new' ";
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mropenmindAuthor Commented:
I couldn't manage to get your method to work, fishboy2000sd and Ray, basically what I need is to output separately how much a gm did every single day.
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mropenmindAuthor Commented:
New picture of the DB:

http://i.imgur.com/DJzLo.jpg

Basically when user is logged in, I need to print the text with how many tickets every day logged in person did for the past month.
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mropenmindAuthor Commented:
select count(`id`),ticket_date from gmtc_tickets WHERE ticket_date BETWEEN '2012-03-01 00:01:00' AND '2012-03-31 23:59:59' AND gmtc_gm='rejanu' group by date(`ticket_date`) ORDER BY ticket_date DESC

is the answer.
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mropenmindAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for mropenmind's comment #37786362

for the following reason:

I found the solution myself.
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Ahmed MerghaniSoftware EngineerCommented:
May be the author found the solution him self but I think fishboy2000sd and/or Ray assist him to solve it, so I think the author must grant assisted solution at least.
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