Ravi Malghan wrote:
> Hi: I have a statement such as follows
> SELECT EVENT_DATA.dstport WHERE
> FROM_UNIXTIME(utime,'%Y-%m-%d') = (CURDATE() -
> INTERVAL 1 DAY) ORDER BY EVENT_DATA.utime;
> Instead of using a value of 1 for interval, I want to
> pass parameters so it will ask for the value when the
> sql statement is run.
You can put it in a prepared statement
set @sql = "SELECT EVENT_DATA.dstport
WHEREFROM_UNIXTIME(utime,'%Y-%m-%d') = (CURDATE() -INTERVAL ? DAY) ORDER
PREPARE stmt FROM @sql;
set @x = 7;
EXECUTE stmt USING @x;
DROP PREPARE stmt;
and you can put all that in a stored procedure, passing in the number of
days as a param.
> I have tried searching in google
> and www.mysql.org and have not had any luck. Does
> mysql use different definitions? or can someone
> provide some pointers on the web which explains how to
> pass parameters with SQL statement.
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