Magento 1.9.2 SQL Query to retrive buyers from our customers

We need to retrive form our database all the buyers form our customers during a range of dates.

That is all the customers that bought something duting a range of dates, we are using Magento 1.9.2

Thank you!
apocalip30Asked:
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SharathData EngineerCommented:
SELECT * FROM Customers 
WHERE purchase_date BETWEEN 'start_date' AND 'end_date'

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Branislav BorojevicWeb EnthusiastCommented:
SELECT `e`.*, MAX(o.created_at) AS `last_order_date` FROM `customer_entity` AS `e` LEFT JOIN `sales_flat_order` AS `o` ON o.customer_id = e.entity_id WHERE (`e`.`entity_type_id` = '1') GROUP BY `e`.`entity_id` HAVING (last_order_date < '2014-03-26') OR (last_order_date IS NOT NULL)

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This will return all customers that made a purchase from the last_order_date (you can set your own date) and the date when you make the query.

Hope it helps.

I tested it myself, it should work and return what you need.

Let me know if it works for you.
apocalip30Author Commented:
Yes it worked fine, thanks !

 ¿could we include number of order per customer?
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Branislav BorojevicWeb EnthusiastCommented:
SELECT customer_email, customer_firstname, customer_lastname, SUM(subtotal_invoiced) AS total_of_orders, MIN(created_at) as first_order_date, MAX(created_at) as last_order_date, COUNT(*) as number_of_orders FROM sales_flat_order GROUP BY customer_email

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The following code will show you Customer Email, First and Last Name, Total of Orders for that customer, when they made the first order, and when they made the last order.

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apocalip30Author Commented:
great thanks!
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thks
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