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I want to write the query statement for
select the price by latest date from Price table within the 60 days

Posted 27-Jan-13 6:27am
Vyacheslav Voronenko at 27-Jan-13 12:33pm
What have you already tried?
Mike Meinz at 27-Jan-13 13:25pm
What does your SQL SELECT statement look like now?
What kind of error are you getting?
What are the definitions of the columns and tables in your database?
valery possoz at 27-Jan-13 13:49pm
Well... the answer is in the question! What about doing a bit of homework before asking? A good place to start reading about SQL syntax :

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Solution 1

try this
select price from price_table where DATEDIFF(DAY,[OrderDate],GETDATE()) <= 60
provided the orderDate field type is dataTime and matching field exists in your table. modify the table name and field name that suits to your requirement.

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