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Add 90 days to the date value in a column

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I have a column  NXTCNTDT that has a date value I wan to increase the value in that column by 90 days

UPDATE    IV00102
SET              NXTCNTDT = '+90 of the current value in this column '
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David Todd earned 2000 total points
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Hi

update IV00102
set nxtcntdt = dateadd( day, 90, nxtcntdt )
;

HTH
  David
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by:John_Vidmar
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UPDATE	IV00102
SET	NXTCNTDT = dateadd(dd, 90, NXTCNTDT )

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by:skull52
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Thanks, for the quick response, David beat you to it John :)
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