I have a table like this:
I need an SQL query that can return to me each eventcode that has occurred every day for the past 7 days. Hopefully this can be done with a single select statement. This query is going to be run using WMI which uses WQL. WQL does not have the full SQL feature set, so it cannot do cast and year() etc.
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I have now realized that I made a big mistake in the description of this bid request. This query is going to be run using WMI which uses WQL. WQL does not have the full SQL feature set, so it cannot do cast and year() etc. So if you are still able to honor your bid with this new restriction, please post a message saying so. Thanks!
SQL query language