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Filtering recordset result containing DATE_FORMAT by logged in user id

Thread began 11/25/2013 11:22 am by Mysite07430650 | Last modified 11/26/2013 9:27 am by Mysite07430650 | 6295 views | 8 replies


Filtering recordset result containing DATE_FORMAT by logged in user id

Hello Jason,

I am trying to filter the recordset result generated by the query below based on login UserID in order to display date and time the user last downloaded PDF files. I am finding it challenging to set a runtime value that either does not work and produces error or works but displays no data.

SELECT download_users.UserdownloadID, download_users.DownloadID, download_users.DownloadFileName, download_users.DownloadAllowed, download_users.DownloadCount, download_users.DownloadTime, pcms2_users.UserID, DATE_FORMAT(download_users.DownloadTime, '%W %D %M %Y') AS DownloadDate, DATE_FORMAT(download_users.DownloadTime, '%h:%i:%s %p') AS DeliveredTime
FROM download_users, pcms2_users
WHERE download_users.UserID = pcms2_users.UserID
ORDER BY download_users.UserdownloadID DESC

Any help is most appreciated.


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