Problem with sql query

I am running this simple query

select expdt from table1 where expdt > '7/9/2009'
expdt is a datetime field
this is the output I am getting;




Jul  1 2009 11:55PM
Jul  1 2009 11:55PM
Jul  1 2009 11:55PM
Jul  1 2009 11:55PM
Jul  1 2009 11:55PM
Jul  1 2009 11:55PM
Jul  1 2009 11:55PM
Jul  1 2009 11:55PM
Jul  2 2009  9:25AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  6 2009 12:00AM
Jul  7 2009 12:00AM
Jul  7 2009 12:00AM
Jul  7 2009 12:00AM
Jul  7 2009 12:00AM
Jul  7 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  8 2009 12:00AM
Jul  9 2009 12:00AM
Jul  9 2009 12:00AM

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wellholeCommented:
what do you get when you run
select expdt from table1 where expdt > '2009-07-09'
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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
select expdt from table1 where expdt > '2009-07-09'
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tornadogAuthor Commented:
same result, still printing everything from July 1
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tornadogAuthor Commented:
actually this is the query select expdt from table1 where expdt >getdate()-1
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wellholeCommented:
try using DATEADD(day,-1,GETDATE())
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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
>CONVERT(varchar, GETDATE()-1,112)
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Kevin CrossChief Technology OfficerCommented:
what is your data type of column
select expdt 
from table1 
where expdt >= dateadd(d, -1, datediff(d, 0, getdate()))

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Kevin CrossChief Technology OfficerCommented:
Forget the question, I see you said it is datetime.
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tornadogAuthor Commented:
worked nicely. Would never would have figured that one.
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