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Filter on the date part of a SQL datetime field

Hey,

I have a VB.NET application which works with a SQL database. In the SQL I have a table which contains 2 datetime values.

In VB I want my application to show all records with a datetime value in a certain filter. The probem is that the filter in VB is a date filter.

My question is how can I check on the date part of a datetime column in SQL. The time can be whatever it is, as long as the date is correct.

My problem:
in Vb the filter is 01/01/01 00:00:00
In SQL the FromDateTimefield is 01/01/01 13:00:00 and the ToDateTimeField is 01/01/01 14:00:00

sqlCmd = New SqlCommand("SELECT * FROM Table WHERE @d BETWEEN FromDateTime AND ToDateTime", objSQLConn)
sqlCmd.Parameters.Add("@d", datDate)
=> @d is not between the fromdatetime and the todatetime because of the 00:00:00 part.

Tnx for the help!
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tsay
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tsay
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
sqlCmd = New SqlCommand("SELECT * FROM Table WHERE @d between convert( datetime, convert( varchar(10), FromDateTime , 120) , 120) AND dateadd(day, 1, convert ( datetime, convert( varchar(10), ToDateTime, 120), 120)) ", objSQLConn)
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Joachim CarreinSr. Software DeveloperCommented:
try adding
sqlCmd.Parameters(2).DbType = DbType.Date
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tsayAuthor Commented:
Perfect angelIII, tnx!
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