Sometimes Sometimes -3 years ago 102
SQL Question

How can I use DATEDIFF() to return rows where it has been more than 24 hours since it was added

I have table with column called

stored as datetime in MySQL.
I want to return rows where it has been 24 hours or more since it was added to the database.

I'm using the following query. However, it doesn't return what I want it to return.

SELECT * FROM campaign WHERE datediff(date_added,NOW())>=1

Here's what
in the Database looks like:
2017-08-15 00:48:31

Answer Source

You can do it this way

//This code is for SQL
SELECT *, DATEDIFF(HOUR,date_added,NOW()) AS Hours 
FROM campaign  WHERE DATEDIFF(HOUR,date_added,NOW()) >=24

As you can see i made the diff by hour


Try this one below.

SELECT * FROM campaign  
WHERE HOUR(TIMEDIFF(DATE_FORMAT(date_added, "%Y-%m-%d %H:%i:%s"), DATE_FORMAT(NOW(), "%Y-%m-%d %H:%i:%s"))) >= 24

I used TimeDiff and used dateformat and made it to hour.

You can also used this query

 SELECT * FROM campaign WHERE TIMESTAMPDIFF(HOUR, date_added, NOW()) >= 24
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