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SQL: Get records with one spesific day number (date = 10th or 20th)

Posted on 2011-02-15
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I have a table containing users. Each user contains a smalldatetime field called Created.

In my stored Procedure (spGetUsers) I have 2 input parameters: @Day, @LastDayOfMonth. The @Day parameter can be integers from 1 to 31, the @LastDayOfMonth is '0' or '1'.

I need to return all users based on what day number the Created fields is.

Example: I want to return all users where Created day is 10th. and Status='1'.  I don't care about the month or year.

There is also another issue. If the Parameter called @LastDayOfMonth (bit) is "1" the procedure shall return all users where Created day >= @Day AND Status = '1'.

Thanks for all tips :)
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Question by:webressurs
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Pratima Pharande earned 500 total points
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you can add this in Store procedure


if ( @LastDayOfMonth = 1)
Begin
Select * from users where Day(Created) >= @Day
end
else
Begin

Select * from users where Day(Created) = @Day
end
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by:devlab2012
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One correction to above comment:

if (@LastDayOfMonth = 1)
Begin
     Select * from users where Day(Created) >= @Day AND Status = 1
end
else
Begin
    Select * from users where Day(Created) = @Day AND Status = 1
end
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by:Sharath
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You can do like this.
SELECT * FROM users 
 WHERE (@LastDayOfMonth = 1 AND [Status] = 1 AND DAY(Created) >= @Day) 
        OR (@LastDayOfMonth = 0 AND [Status] = 1 AND DAY(Created) = @Day)

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by:Sharath
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or using DATEPART
SELECT * FROM users 
 WHERE (@LastDayOfMonth = 1 AND [Status] = 1 AND datepart(day,Created) >= @Day) 
        OR (@LastDayOfMonth = 0 AND [Status] = 1 AND datepart(day,Created) = @Day)

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