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From:Jerry Schwartz Date:September 21 2006 2:50pm
Subject:RE: MySQL operators
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Have you tried using parentheses around your last line?


Jerry Schwartz
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-----Original Message-----
From: molemenacer [mailto:rossfarley@stripped]
Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2006 10:29 AM
To: mysql@stripped
Subject: MySQL operators

I have a query that searches on a number of criteria and would like help on
the last line

I have included my code below:

	jobs.statusid in (6) and
	ifnull(jobs.currworkerid,'') like '%' and
	jobs.dictatorid like '%' and
	jobs.custcode like '%' and
	jobs.deptcode like '%' and
	jobs.specialitycode like '%' and
	ifnull(jobs.prevworkerid,'') like '%' and
	jobs.jobid like '%' and
	jobs.supplierid like '%' and
	Approveddate between '2006-09-14' and '2006-09-21' or Approveddate
Is Null

This retrurns all jobs whether they are status 6 or not, i need to have a
comparison on approveddate, it is either between the two dates or null, but
is status 6.
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