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Help with SQL Query

Help with SQL Query

Help with SQL Query

Hi All Experts,
I found solution for my previous posts... thanks
here one more problem I am facing
the situation is ....
1). There is a field calld var_int = 60
in a query I have to check this field,
as x number of minutes without hardcoding the value

2). I have to select "X number of minutes from datetime_modified field", how to achive this ?

3). I have to check conditions for last time email sent period to datetime (EX: for every 100 minutes we have to send email, the datetime variable is stored like
'2007-10-20 10:30') From current time I have to compare this, how to achive this

Any help is greatly appreciated

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