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Converting Code from Access to SQL -- Specifically DateSerial

Posted on 2006-10-26
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I am having trouble converting a bit of Access code that appears in my select statement as:

SELECT DateSerial(Year(dbo_TPB105_CHARGE_DETAIL!chg_srv_ts),Month(dbo_TPB105_CHARGE_DETAIL!chg_srv_ts),Day
(dbo_TPB105_CHARGE_DETAIL!chg_srv_ts)) AS cntdate

And also in the WHERE statement:

WHERE (((DateSerial(Year([dbo_TPB105_CHARGE_DETAIL]![chg_srv_ts]),Month([dbo_TPB105_CHARGE_DETAIL]![chg_srv_ts]),Day([dbo_TPB105_CHARGE_DETAIL]![chg_srv_ts])))>Date()-2 And (DateSerial(Year([dbo_TPB105_CHARGE_DETAIL]![chg_srv_ts]),Month([dbo_TPB105_CHARGE_DETAIL]![chg_srv_ts]),Day([dbo_TPB105_CHARGE_DETAIL]![chg_srv_ts])))<Date()))

What I am trying to accomplish is to obtain the records where the chg_srv_ts is yesterday (between 12:00 a.m. and 11:59 p.m.)

Can anyone help?

Thanks!



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Question by:PHS_IT
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Patrick Matthews earned 250 total points
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Hi PHS_IT,

SELECT CONVERT(datetime, CONVERT(varchar(12), dbo.TPB105_CHARGE_DETAIL.chg_srv_ts, 106)) AS cntdate

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WHERE CONVERT(datetime, CONVERT(varchar(12), dbo.TPB105_CHARGE_DETAIL.chg_srv_ts, 106)) =
    (CONVERT(datetime, CONVERT(varchar(12), GETDATE(), 106)) - 1)

Regards,

Patrick
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by:Nightman
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SELECT CAST(CONVERT(nvarchar(10), chg_srv_ts,112) as datetime)  as cntdate
in the WHERE statement

WHERE chg_srv_ts BETWEEN dateadd(day,-1 ,CAST(CONVERT(nvarchar(10),getdate(),112) as datetime)) AND CAST(CONVERT(nvarchar(10),getdate(),112) as datetime)

the where will always return yesterdays data
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