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Tip of the Day
Language: Enterprise
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 5, 2002

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Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps


Pull a Date From SQL Server DateTime


SQL Server stores datetime data in 8 bytes. The first four bytes represent the date and the second four represent the time. To axe off the time part of the datetime, convert the datetime to a float, truncate the decimals, then convert back to a datetime. Converting directly to an integer will round up to the next day if the date is after 12PM.
 
select cast
(round(cast(getdate() as float),0,1) as datetime)

select count(*) from Sales where cast
(round(cast(SaleCreateDate as
float),0,1) as datetime) between '12/24/01' and '12/25/01'
Chris McDowell
 
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