SQL – Date Range Broken Down by Individual Month and Year while maintaining the ID


I need help breaking down a date range, from an existing table, into the individual month and year of the date range while maintaining the Identification Number assigned to that date range. Thanks!

CREATE TABLE #TEMP (BILL_YR INT, BEGIN_DT DATETIME, END_DT DATETIME )  INSERT INTO #TEMP (BILL_YR, BEGIN_DT, END_DT) VALUES ('1','2019-01-01','2019-12-31'), ('2','2020-01-01','2020-12-31') 

EXPECTED RESULT

BILL_YR MONTH    YEAR 1       1        2019 1       2        2019 1       3        2019 1       4        2019 1       5        2019 1       6        2019 1       7        2019 1       8        2019 1       9        2019 1       10       2019 1       11       2019 1       12       2019 2       1        2020 2       2        2020 2       3        2020 2       4        2020 2       5        2020 2       6        2020 2       7        2020 2       8        2020 2       9        2020 2       10       2020 2       11       2020 2       12       2020 

Hi I need a query to get both Max Date and next date after the current date

Select ci.CustomerID, max(dd.DueDate) from tblcustomerinfo ci  join tblduedates dd on dd.id=ci.id group by ci.CustomerID   tblCustomerinfo      **customerid**          **type** 384953              visa 938494              visa 337723               mc  tblDueDate CustomerId            duedate 384953              12/30/2020 384953              09/30/2020 384953              07/30/2020 938494              08/30/2020 938494              07/30/2020 337723              05/30/2020 337723              03/30/2020 

Results should be

384953                9/30/2020 938494                8/30/2020 337723                5/30/2020 

how to get monthly date in teradata

I have a table called oth_mbr. I need to get 3 years of data month wise. current date minus 36 months and each month data betwwe from_dt and thru_dt needs to be fetched.

data shoulbe be in below formate

DATE , COLUMN A, COLUMN B 2017-08-01,FEP000,FPr 2017-09-01,FEP000,FPr 2017-10-01,FEP000,FPr . . . 2020-08-01,FEP000,FPr

tried below query but this gives only one data

SEL distinct ADD_MONTHS(DATE – DATE MOD 100 + 1,- 36) AS DATE , COLUMN 1,COLUMN 2 OTH_MBR WHERE ADDD_MONTHS(DATE – DATE MOD 100 + 1,- 36) BETWEEN FROM_DT AND THRU_DT

Result for above query is 2017-08-01,FEP000,FPr

How to get the most recent modified date of anything in the footer of my site?

I would like to be able to post the most recent updated date in my footer. However, I can’t seem to find a way to do that globally for the site, just for each post/page at a time using get_the_modified_date().

So for example if I make a change to my home page the footer would be updated to that date and time. If I later make an edit to a miscellaneous page, then the "Updated" date and time would change to reflect that more recent update.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Why does my digital bank need my phone date and hour to be correct?

I’m not from Information Security or any IT related area. But I want to know if there is any security reason for my digital bank to demand my phone to be on "Automatic Date & Time"?

For example, if I’m abroad, i cannot transfer some money to a friend for because it says my date & time is incorrect.

Is that a badly programmed software or does it have a purpose?

What are the sales figures for Pathfinder 2e between launch year and second year to date?

Pathfinder 2nd edition officially hit gaming tables almost a full year ago. Since then, I’ve noticed quite a lack of questions on this site with the pathfinder-2e tag compared to other systems, and I doubt it’s because of a corresponding lack of rules ambiguity.

I know that 5th edition is Dungeons & Dragons’ most successful edition yet; has Paizo released any information about the financial reception of 2nd edition?

How is the company doing compared to last year at this time?

meta_query order by date present -> future then show null

Thanks for taking the time to read this. I’ve been struggling with a meta_query for an events site I’m working on.

I have used ACF to create a field for date start and date end, but not all events will have a date.

What I’m trying to achieve, is when you go to the archive or tax view, the first thing you see are the posts that have a date assigned, in order from today’s date into the future. Then after those dated events have been output, to cycle through all empty date posts.

So far I have the below in my functions.php file. This kind of works, but in the wrong order. So the correct events that are dated are output and in the right order. But only after the null valued items have output. I thought that may be because of the ordering in the arrays themselves, so moved the date ordered array to the end. That had no effect.

$  query->set( 'post_type', 'courses' ); $  query->set( 'meta_query', array(     'relation' => 'OR',     array(         'key'        => '_course_date_from',         'compare'    => '=',         'value'      => '',     ),     array(         'key'     => '_course_date_from',         'compare' => '>=',         'value'   => date('Ymd'),     ) ) ); $  query->set( 'orderby', 'meta_value title' ); $  query->set( 'order', 'ASC' ); 

Thanks for your time. Ben.

Add post meta data date to event

I created a post metabox that uses the datepicker to pick a date value. I got as far as adding the metabox and getting the datepicker to work but other than that im struggling to get the data saved to the post. This is my code in my functions.php:

//Add date picker css function admin_styles() {     if ( 'events' === get_current_screen()->id ) {         wp_enqueue_style( 'jquery-ui-smoothness', // wrapped for brevity             '//code.jquery.com/ui/1.12.1/themes/smoothness/jquery-ui.css', [], null );     } } add_action('admin_print_styles', 'admin_styles'); //Activate function function admin_scripts() {     if ( 'events' === get_current_screen()->id ) {         wp_enqueue_script( 'admin', get_template_directory_uri() .'/js/admin.js', [ 'jquery-ui-datepicker' ] );     } } add_action( 'admin_enqueue_scripts', 'admin_scripts' );  //Add date meta-boxes  function post_date_field($  post) {    echo '<input type="text" id="jquery-datepicker" name="entry_post_date" value="' . get_post_meta( $  post->ID, 'entry_post_date', true ) . '">'; } function post_date_meta_box() {   add_meta_box('entry_post_date', 'Date', 'post_date_field', 'events', 'side', 'high'); } add_action('add_meta_boxes', 'post_date_meta_box');  //Save Data function save_date_meta_box($  post_id){     global $  post;     if( $  post->post_type == "events"){         if (isset($  _POST)){             update_post_meta( $  post_id, 'entry_post_date', strip_tags( $  _POST['entry_post_date'] ) );         }     } } 

After publishing or updating the post I dont think the date value is saved

How would pre-galifar texts and observers date major events like the War of the Mark?

Running the adventure in "Eberron: Rising from the Last War", there’s a ghost of a gnome that died during the War of The Mark, which takes place at roughly -500 YK. The ghost still thinks he’s in that time period, and provides the players with information about the city based on that.

Clearly someone living 500 years before Galifar was founded wouldn’t describe the year using the YK scale. Is there an easy way to get across to the players that the ghost believes himself to be living in the past?