Hi, I am new to SQL...Could some one please tell me how I can make this statement work in MS-SQL...It works fine in Oracle...

INSERT INTO Orders (Id, CustomerID, DateOrdered, DateSupplied) VALUES (6097,  1006, sysdate - 118,  sysdate - 98);

The error I get is ...The name 'sysdate' is not permitted in this context...does MS-SQL recocnise SYSDATE?


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Brendt HessSenior DBACommented:
The SQL Server equivalent of SysDate is GetDate():

INSERT INTO Orders (Id, CustomerID, DateOrdered, DateSupplied) VALUES (6097,  1006, GetDate() - 118,  GetDate() - 98)


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baz_can_fix_itAuthor Commented:
Thank you bhess1 that worked :) cheers
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