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date function

date function

date function

HI I am running Pervasive SQL 9.1 and am just trying to run a a query that grabs all transactions between now and 4 months ago.  This query is run as an Access pass-through query.  Is there a dateadd function or something in 9.1?

My attempt is the following


I get errors about a restricted data type attribute violation or something.  Anybody have any ideas?
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RE: date function

Something like this should work:


SELECT * FROM order where docdate > CURRENT_DATE() - 150

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RE: date function

uh, yeah, that definitely worked. I thought WAY too hard about this one.  I am a little embarassed :).

Thanks for the help.

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