Note that if you have a very large number of records this can be inefficient; indexing advantages are lost with the derived value of DATE. How is that useful?
Here's the snippet I use to show selecting yesterday, adjusted for Pacific time: I'm not sure what you're getting at. You can see it with these queries:.
The first is pretty well self-explanatory. Tried changing it to this to account for the TZ, but now it gets records from today as well even when I execute it directly on the remote system. When I write the final query, I usually don't use the variables.
John Conde 185k 80 372 425. Sign up using Email and Password.
Can I just get the name of the month, please? A simple way to get yesterday's date is to use subdate function: You can use subdate to indicate "yesterday" and use date to indicate that you want records where just the date part of the column matches.
Never miss a story from codeburst , when you sign up for Medium. Now you know. Sign up using Facebook.
Have I mentioned how much I love a cup of coffee?!?! Not quite as involved like the previous query eh?
Please share your findings here, with someone else you know who would get the same value out of it as well. Sign up using Facebook.