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B.W.H. van Beest wrote:
> I have a table where one of the columns is of type 'TIMESTAMP'
> How can I do a query to filter on the TIMESTAMP value, e.g. to obtain
> all rows earlier than a certain time stamp?
Think of the math opperators '<' and '>' as 'before' and 'after',
SELECT * FROM table WHERE begin_date > '2004-07-06';
You can also use BETWEEN:
SELECT * FROM table WHERE update_timestamp BETWEEN '2004-07-01' AND
Remember that when timestamps are cast to dates, they are cast with
00:00:00.0 as the time part.
See the docs on this at
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