Max Pyziur <pyz(at)brama(dot)com> writes:
> FROM prices aa, oi_vol_tmp bb
> WHERE aa.pr_date = bb.pr_date
> AND symbol = ?
> AND aa.pr_date BETWEEN date ? - integer ? AND ?
> I've tried using:
> AND aa.pr_date BETWEEN date ?::date - integer ?::int AND ?::date
> with no success.
It should just be
... AND aa.pr_date BETWEEN ?::date - ?::int AND ?::date
The type-name-at-the-front syntax is redundant with the cast, and
is only allowed for simple literal constants anyway. It worked for
you before because DBD-PG was replacing the ? marks with literal
strings, but it wasn't ever really "the right thing". See
regards, tom lane
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