Hi group,
 
I have been banging my head into a wall.  At some point our "date"
functions changed on the iSeries with respect to SQL queries.  So now
every time I have to deal with them, I get a headache.
 
I'm trying to do a simply select stuff from table where datefield >
date.  
 
I've tried using dateadd(day, -30, current_timestamp) and
current_timestamp and many combinations thereof with no luck.  Could
somebody be kind enough and provide an actual working sql statement that
will give me a resultset for records between 30 days ago and now?  As an
FYI, I'm trying to run this from the Op Nav "Run A Script" interface.
The iSeries is on V5R3.
 
And as long as I'm asking, I will need a "datediff" statement after I
get this one figured out.  ;-)
 
Thanks,
Kelly
 
Kelly Jones
Sr. Web Developer
Chef's Catalog
ph: (719) 272-2600
fax:  (719) 272.2601
email: kjones@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
web: www.chefscatalog.com <http://www.chefscatalog.com/> 
 
 

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