Joseph Joseph - 2 months ago 11
SQL Question

PostgreSQL, checking date relative to "today"

Was wondering if someone could assist with some Postgres. I have a table which has a column called

mydate
which is a postgres date type. I want to do something like:

SELECT * FROM MyTable WHERE mydate > [Today-1year]


I've never used Postgres before and I'm sure I just need to know the name of some functions- I'll gladly look up the reference myself. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks!

Answer

I think this will do it:

SELECT * FROM MyTable WHERE mydate > now()::date - 365;
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