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Add Minutes value to a DateTime data by using  SQL

Posted on 2007-08-05
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Hi,
  I am writing a SQL procdure which need to only add minutes value in a DateTime data. For example
Day1 = '8/5/2007 12:00pm'
I want to add 90 minutes on it to get Day2 = '8/5/2007 13:30pm'

How can I do that?
Thanks a lot,
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Question by:Jinghui Li
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Which database are you using?  In SQL server, use DATEADD.

  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa258267(sql.80).aspx

select DATEADD(minutes, 90, '8/5/2007 12:00pm')
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select DATEADD(minute, 90, '8/5/2007 12:00pm')
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