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Posted on 2007-12-06
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I am looking to create a SQL Query for my DotNetNuke site through SQL Report Server for all site log activity for today.  Here's what I've got so far:

SELECT     dnn_Portals.PortalName, dnn_SiteLog.DateTime, dnn_Users.Username, dnn_Users.FirstName, dnn_Users.LastName,
                      dnn_Tabs.TabName AS 'Resource Accessed'
FROM         dnn_Users INNER JOIN
                      dnn_SiteLog ON dnn_Users.UserID = dnn_SiteLog.UserId INNER JOIN
                      dnn_Portals ON dnn_SiteLog.PortalId = dnn_Portals.PortalID INNER JOIN
                      dnn_Tabs ON dnn_Portals.PortalID = dnn_Tabs.PortalID
WHERE     (dnn_Portals.PortalID = '0') AND (dnn_SiteLog.DateTime >= CONVERT(datetime, '12/6/2007 12:00:00 AM', 120)) AND
                      (dnn_SiteLog.DateTime < DATEADD(day, 1, CONVERT(datetime, '12/6/2007 11:59:59 PM', 120)))
GROUP BY dnn_Portals.PortalName, dnn_SiteLog.DateTime, dnn_Users.Username, dnn_Users.FirstName, dnn_Users.LastName, dnn_Tabs.TabName

As you can see, I've hard coded today's date, and this is working.  Now, I need to replace the hard coded date with some sort of today function but not sure what that is.

TIA for any help!
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SELECT     dnn_Portals.PortalName, dnn_SiteLog.DateTime, dnn_Users.Username, dnn_Users.FirstName, dnn_Users.LastName,
                      dnn_Tabs.TabName AS 'Resource Accessed'
FROM         dnn_Users INNER JOIN
                      dnn_SiteLog ON dnn_Users.UserID = dnn_SiteLog.UserId INNER JOIN
                      dnn_Portals ON dnn_SiteLog.PortalId = dnn_Portals.PortalID INNER JOIN
                      dnn_Tabs ON dnn_Portals.PortalID = dnn_Tabs.PortalID
WHERE     (dnn_Portals.PortalID = '0') AND (dnn_SiteLog.DateTime >= CONVERT(DATETIME,CONVERT(Varchar,Getdate(),102)) ) AND
                      (dnn_SiteLog.DateTime < CONVERT(DATETIME,CONVERT(Varchar,Getdate()+1,102)) )
GROUP BY dnn_Portals.PortalName, dnn_SiteLog.DateTime, dnn_Users.Username, dnn_Users.FirstName, dnn_Users.LastName, dnn_Tabs.TabName
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SELECT Today=GETDATE()

returns

Today
---------------------------
2007-12-06 20:07:19.957

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That did it.  Thanks!
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