Use CURRENT DATE.


Op 4-5-2021 om 18:22 schreef midrangel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:
Folks:


I have an SQL statement that's about:


Insert into mylib.mytable ( field1, field2) select field5, field6 from table
(mylib.table2) where status = 'active';


Works well, but I need to insert the current date into the result table,
something like:


Insert into mylib.mytable ( currdate, field1, field2) select field5, field6
from table (mylib.table2) where status = 'active';


What I don't know how to do is grab the current date and stuff it in there.
There's no question in my mind it can be done but I am failing at internet
queries to find a method.





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Jim Oberholtzer

Agile Technology Architects




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