How Do i run GETUTCDATE()

Posted on 2003-11-10
Last Modified: 2011-10-03
Can someone give the syntact to get the GMT date from sql, thanks
Question by:tomhoran
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ID: 9718163
declare @mydate datetime
select @mydate = GETUTCDATE()
print @mydate


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ID: 9718232

I'm trying to get this value into a VB program, how do i do that? Thanks. Tom

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ID: 9718234

CAn i do it via a select statment or comething??
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namasi_navaretnam earned 50 total points
ID: 9718361

Run this query the same way you run other queries in VB. If using ado execute this sql and get the result into a resultset object and then read gmtdate field.

select  GETUTCDATE() as gmtdate


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