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Message Posted: Tue, 25 Mar 2008 @ 14:45:53 GMT
I agree to Victor.
But what you could do is to join a calendar table (whether your own or the Table calendar from sys_calendar) and qualify on the current data to get the current month based on the Date you run the query.
select field1 as "month" from table a inner join sys_calendar.calendar c (or your own) on a.field1 = year_of_calendar||(month_of_year (format '99')) where calendar_date=current_date
Or just qualify on the current Date
select field1 as "month" from table a where a.field1 = current_date (format 'YYYYMM') (char(6)) (depending on your Fieldtype)
Hope this helps.
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