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SQL Syntax for Log Parser Time Date functions - Exchange 2003 Tracking Logs

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Hello - I am trying to use Log Parser 2.2 to review Exchange 2003 Tracking Logs.

I want to compare the Date and Time fields to the Origination-Time field, as you can see in the Date and Time fields are separate and the Origination-Time combines the date and time.

Can someone give me advice on how I would be able to compare the two values (Date, Time) and (Origination-Time), I am looking for the difference in seconds.

http://anewmessagehasarrived.blogspot.com/2008/03/exchange-2003-statistics-with-logparser.html

Example Data:
Date 2010-3-15
Time 0:0:19 GMT
Origination-Time 2010-3-14 23:55:49 GMT

Thanks,
Mark
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