Thanks Peter, that appears to be exactly what I'm looking for, but it
still gives an error and I've been through it with a fine-toothed
comb, tried different versions, parens, etc. Here is the exact SQL
statement I'm using, with your suggestion:
meets.id as meet_id,
DATEDIFF( DATE_ADD( meets.creation, INTERVAL 30 DAY), NOW() ) as
accounts on meets.id=accounts.id
....blah blah blah lots more stuff.
And here is the exact error I get:
You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that
corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use
near '( DATE_ADD( meets.creation, INTERVAL 30 DAY), NOW() ) as expire
Can anyone see the problem? I sure can't.