SELECT username, passwd, regdatum
WHERE regdatum < TO_DATE ( '2000-01-01','YYY-MM-DD');
Sep 26, 2012 at 12:36 PM
Oct 04, 2012 at 04:49 PM
Forgive me, but what's the question? Also, is this for Oracle?
If you can clarify a little more as to what your question is, we might be able to assist you.
Yes, oracle SQL, and I wonderd what´s wrong with my code :-) But a have found the answer, I´m over doing it a little :-)
Awesome! Can you put the answer down and then mark it as the solution? This will allow others who might be looking for a similar problem to find your solution. Thanks!
Answer: • SELECT username, passwd, regdatum • FROM KUNDER • WHERE regdatum < '2000-01-01';
Oct 04, 2012 at 11:12 AM
Excellent! Thanks for supplying the answer. Don't forget to mark it as the solution now. Thanks!
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