[Koha] Problem constructing a report - WHERE dates?
nicole.engard at liblime.com
Fri Jul 10 09:33:43 NZST 2009
That's my favorite one - but for sometimes I never think of it :) thanks Joe!
Nicole C. Engard
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2009/7/9 Joe Atzberger <ohiocore at gmail.com>:
> You can also do:
> WHERE YEAR(datetime) = 2009 AND MONTH(datetime) = 6
> I tend to prefer that one, since it is easy to update/increment and you
> don't have to remember how many days are in a given month for that specific
> Joe Atzberger
> LibLime - Open Source Library Solutions
> On Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 1:30 PM, Greg Barniskis <gregb at scls.lib.wi.us> wrote:
>> WHERE type= 'issue' AND datetime > '2009-06-01' AND datetime <
>> Is that right? Keeping in mind that I'm no Koha expert, much less expert
>> in MySQL, I could easily be wrong. But in more general db work, I was
>> always taught that a bare date stamp equated to a time stamp of midnight
>> (the start of that date).
>> Thus a WHERE clause of "less than date" would technically exclude
>> anything that was actually on that date. I was told to use
>> < '2009-07-01'
>> if I wanted to include everything up to '2009-06-30 23:59:59'.
>> Right? Wrong? Conditional?
>> Greg Barniskis, Computer Systems Integrator
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