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Create a View with every day of the month, programmatically in SQL

Posted on 2006-11-03
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I've got a table that shows Begin_Date, End_Date, Exchange_Rate.  The rate may change weekly.

I'd like to create a view that lists every day of the month, with the exchange rate shown for that day.

Can you think of a way, in using SQL code, I can SELECT every day of the month, and link it to my Exchange Rate table?
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declare @adate datetime
declare @monthno int
begin

set @adate='11/01/2006' - seed with a date
set @monthno = datepart(mm,@adate)

while (datepart(mm,@adate)=@monthno)
  begin
  select exchangerate from table1 where adate=@adate
  set @adate=dateadd(d, 1, @adate)

  end
end

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