SELECT * FROM my_table WHERE date_part('month', col_name::datetime) = '06'
AND date_part('year', col_name::datetime) = '2000';
Looks for more detail in the manual for "date_part"
At 03:52 PM 6/22/2000 -0400, Web Manager wrote:
>I need to make a query that will select items that have a date matching
>the current month for example.
>For June this means that any day between 2000-06-01 and 2000-06-30 are
>ok. To do that I need a wildcard like "%" to replace the actual day in
>the date field.
>Ex.: select * from item where date = '2000-06-%%';
>but that doesn't work... What is the right way?
>Marc Andre Paquin
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