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DateDiff Question

DateDiff Question

DateDiff Question

I have a field called date_expired I'm trying to run a query that will take the date_expired field and show records that will expire within 30 days from now.

any help would be appreciated


RE: DateDiff Question


Select *
From   YourTable
Where  Date_Expired >= GetDate()
       And Date_Expired <= DateAdd(Day, 30, GetDate()) 

This should get you really close.

Please be aware that GetDate() includes date and time. If your date_expired column includes time information as well as date information, then you should be very careful about rows that expire in exactly 30 days.

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RE: DateDiff Question

perfect thanks.....

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