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Thread began 2/26/2012 3:06 am by Daryl | Last modified 9/22/2016 9:53 am by Daryl | 2561 views | 6 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

so from the linked thread, the base recordset you are using is:

SELECT Date_format(pcms2_contents.ContentDate, '%M, %Y') as contDate, 
COUNT(*) AS cc FROM pcms2_contents
WHERE pcms2_contents.ContentPageName='News' AND pcms2_contents.ContentPageSetParentID=12
GROUP BY YEAR(pcms2_contents.ContentDate),
MONTH(pcms2_contents.ContentDate)
ORDER BY pcms2_contents.ContentDate DESC



to filter by a month and year url variable, you would need to pass the 2 digit month number in the querystring, and the 4 digit year in the quertystring for example:
news.php?month=02&year=2012

then in the recordset, use DATE_FORMAT to convert the date to year and month pieces: add to the where clause:

SELECT Date_format(pcms2_contents.ContentDate, '%M, %Y') as contDate, 
COUNT(*) AS cc FROM pcms2_contents
WHERE pcms2_contents.ContentPageName='News' AND pcms2_contents.ContentPageSetParentID=12 AND DATE_FORMAT(pcms2_contents.ContentDate, %m) = paramMonth AND DATE_FORMAT(pcms2_contents.ContentDate, %Y) = paramYear
GROUP BY YEAR(pcms2_contents.ContentDate),
MONTH(pcms2_contents.ContentDate)
ORDER BY pcms2_contents.ContentDate DESC




then in the variables section, create 2 new variables as:
name: paramMonth
type: date
default value: -1
runtime value: $_GET['month']

name: paramYear
type: date
default value: -1
runtime value: $_GET['year']

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