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How to get with sql statements time difference in minutes between two dates? For example:
19.02.2009 6:54:32       and       18.02.2009 14:45:00

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declare @date1 datetime,@date2 datetime
set @date1 = '02.18.2009 14:45:00'
set @date2 = '02.19.2009 6:54:32'
select datediff(mi,@date1,@date2)

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In Oracle, try like this

select (date2-date1)*24*60 

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