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select statement :sybase getdate

select statement :sybase getdate

select statement :sybase getdate

Hello all :)

Sorry if this is applied to the wrong forum.

I have a database the stores data through out the day by time stamp "2012-04-04 02:44:59.000"

What im trying to run a select statment pulling my data and summing it for all of the time stamps that occured today in my data base for today only

was trying to use:

This works on OK in MS ACCESS
having system_info.date_time)>=Date()+1 And (system_info.date_time)<Date()+2)

but when trying to apply that same statment with the having part in MS query "excel" it errors out.

Was also tried this but no luck
(system_info.date_time = DATEADD(dd,1,GETDATE()) and GETDATE())

So looking for the correct syntax to query my table data and summing it for all the today in MS query "excel"
Thanks SO MUCH...

RE: select statement :sybase getdate

Using 'having' is erroneus in the first place, but Jet-SQL is very permissive. Instead of 'having' use a regular 'where' clause instead.


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