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I need to convert sysdate to a varchar(10) field and just include the date not the time in that field, what would be the proper casting or syntax for this?
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by:jamesgu
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SELECT CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), GETDATE() , 102)
SELECT CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), GETDATE() , 121)
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check this

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa226054(SQL.80).aspx
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by:wyogirl77
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Would this work then, I am not sure about the else clause basically what I wanted to do was if the OutOfOfficeUntilDate is null I want to insert the system date into that field otherwise just continue on?

CREATE TRIGGER trg_Asgnmnt_OutOfOffice ON dbo.Asgnmnt
FOR UPDATE
AS
      IF UPDATE(OutOfOffice) BEGIN
            UPDATE      dbo.Assignee
               SET      OutOfOffice = I.OutOfOffice,
                  OutOfOfficeUntilTime = I.OutOfOfficeUntilTime,
                  OutOfOfficeUntilDate = I.OutOfOfficeUntilDate
                  if OutOfOfficeUntilDate is Null then SET OutOfOfficeUntilDate = CONVERT(Varchar(10), GETDATE(), 101) ELSE OutOfOfficeUntilDate = OutOfOfficeUntilDate
            FROM      dbo.Assignee A,
                  INSERTED I
            WHERE      A.LoginID = I.LoginID
              AND      I.CallID = '00010000'
      END
GO
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            if OutOfOfficeUntilDate is Null then SET OutOfOfficeUntilDate = CONVERT(Varchar(10), GETDATE(), 101) ELSE OutOfOfficeUntilDate = OutOfOfficeUntilDate


change this to

SET OutOfOfficeUntilDate = isnull( CONVERT(Varchar(10), GETDATE(), 101) , OutOfOfficeUntilDate )
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by:wyogirl77
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Great Thank you so much!
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