On Nov 27, 2010, at 1:24 PM, Don Wieland wrote:

On Nov 27, 2010, at 10:44 AM, Daniel P. Brown wrote:

   Note how you keep changing case here.  For example, m.aucciim_id
vs. m.AUCCIIM_ID.  Also note that all of this is cAsE-sEnSiTiVe.

You are right. But it still chokes in PHP:

select m.* from Members m inner join Member_Years my on m.AUCCIIM_ID = my.member_id where now() < DATE_ADD(DATE_SUB(concat (member_year + 1,'-07-01'), INTERVAL 1 DAY), INTERVAL 30 DAY) AND m.Preferred_First_Name LIKE 'Don%' group by m.AUCCIIM_ID order by m.preferred_last_name


Don't know if you necessarily need this but I found it while checking to see if one letter names are a good idea in MySQL statements.
Might help in your like query.



Karl DeSaulniers
Design Drumm

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