Mysql Update Getdate

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Use Update statement to set a date column value. (0.01 sec) mysql>mysql>mysql>Code National Du Batiment Quebec Pdf To Excel here. UPDATE employee SET start_date = '1989-08-31'; Query OK, 8 rows affected. The GETDATE function produces the current date and time in SQL Server 2005 internal format for datetime values. GETDATE takes the null parameter ( ).

Mysql Update Getdate

List: From: Kevin F. O'Riordan Date: May 28 2006 10:54pm Subject: Re: Get the record with the latest date Hi Brian, >Man, this took me two hours to figure out, but in the end, this worked! It /appeared/ to work, but with different test data you should see that it isn't guaranteed to. Try inserting: INSERT INTO completed_modules (module_id, email, score, date_time) VALUES (1, 'kris@innovtechxxcom', 5, '2006-05-29 11:11:00'); When I insert this line, then run your SELECT query, I get +-----------+-----------------------+-------+---------------------+ module_id email score max(date_time) +-----------+-----------------------+-------+---------------------+ 1 kris@innovtechxxcom 8 2006-05-29 11:11:00 [remaining results snipped] The 'max(date_time)' is as you're looking for; the 'score' is not. Your use of 'max(date_time)' will select the most recent value for 'date_time', but the value selected for 'score' is independent of this.

To solve your original problem correctly: >>I'm trying to get a list of each persons completed test >>(module_id), and the score, but only for the latest test result >>(date_time), not all of them. I just want the latest results >>(even if the score was worse). You'll have to use Michael's suggestion: >For each email-module_id combination, you want the row with the >latest (maximum) date. This is actually a FAQ, with solutions in >the manual >>. Good luck, Kevin Thread • • • • Re: Get the record with the latest date Kevin F. O'Riordan 29 May.