How about this:
select s.* from store s
where s.id not in
(select t.storeid from trans t where t.created=date(now()));
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On Sat, April 14, 2007 00:22, Jay Blanchard wrote:
> Good day gurus and gurettes!
> I have a table;
> | transactionid | int(11) | NO | PRI | | auto_increment |
> | username | varchar(32) | NO | | | |
> | storeid | varchar(6) | NO | | | |
> | action | int(4) | NO | | | |
> | code | int(2) | NO | | | |
> | ipAddr | varchar(32) | NO | | | |
> | created | datetime | NO | MUL | | |
> | created_by | varchar(32) | NO | | | |
> I used to have a query (I have misplaced it somehow) where I could tell
> which storied had not logged in (created) today yet. No matter how hard
> I try I cannot remember the query.
> What I need is a query that will tell me at any given point during the
> day which storeid is not online (created). I do have a sister table
> where all of the storeid's are, so the join happens there. I can test
> created for IS NULL but it does not limit the query to today.
> select store.storeid, store.stName
> from store left outer join transaction
> on(store.storeid = transaction.storeid)
> where transaction.created IS NULL
> and store.active = 'yes'
> group by store.storeid;
> How can I limit this to today only without having to hard code a date
> into the query?
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