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Databases Reporting with SQL Date and Time Functions Today's Report

walter fernandez
walter fernandez
4,992 Points

can some one please give me the solution?

In an ecommerce database there's an orders table with the columns id, product_id, user_id, address_id, ordered_on, status and cost. Count the total number of orders that were ordered today and have the status of 'shipped'. Alias it to shipped_today.

12,834 Points

You should make a query something like: SELECT [use the count function here] AS [alias] FROM orders WHERE ordered_on = [use DATE function] AND status = 'shipped';

Hopefully this helps!

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Brandyn Lordi
Brandyn Lordi
17,778 Points

This is the solution:

SELECT COUNT(*) AS shipped_today FROM orders WHERE ordered_on = DATE('now') AND status = "shipped"

When you are having trouble, i'd suggest you post your code for previous attempts so that the community can help you troubleshoot rather than just giving the answer - working through the problem this way is what helped these concepts stick for me anyway!