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Dates and Time

Dates and Time

Dates and Time

I need to create a query that has a date range with a certain time.


03/01 2:30
03/02 2:30
03/03 2:30
03/04 2:30

The results the date range will display different dates but with a set time.

Please let me know if this makes sense

RE: Dates and Time

Assuming you field is a datetime

Substr(to_char(pol_upd_date, 'MM/DD HH:MI'), 7,5) = '02:30'


RE: Dates and Time

Thanks For your input!

RE: Dates and Time

Good point Chris, over thinking the solution winky smile


RE: Dates and Time

As long as Sahubba is looking for 2:30am, if in after noon then look for 14:40

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