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Language: SQL
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 24, 2003

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Time Conversion GMT to Current Time and Back

When you're working in several time zones, you need to save date values in a common format—the most obvious one being GMT. The following stored procedures store datetime in GMT and retrieve date in current PC datetime.

/*Convert Datetime to GMT
Time Format
Author :PPG Dinesh Asanka
Date :2003-08-23
*/

CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[Convert_DateTime_to_GMT]
@dt_Date_Time as datetime
AS
select DATEADD ( hh ,  (DATEDIFF ( hh , GetDate(), GetUTCDate() )) ,
@dt_Date_Time )
GO

/*Convert GMT to Datetime
Time Format
Author :PPG Dinesh Asanka
Date :2003-08-23
*/

CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[Convert_GMT_to_DateTime]
@dt_GMT as datetime
AS
select DATEADD ( hh ,  (DATEDIFF ( hh , GetUTCDate(),GetDate() )) ,
@dt_GMT )
GO
Heres a sample:

declare @dt  nvarchar(20)
Select  @dt =  cast('2003/10/12 13:12' as datetime)
exec Convert_GMT_to_DateTime @dt
Dinesh Asanka
 
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