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Copy three months records of about 20 million of data from 200 million of records using the date range  and some where condition

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Hi I have a query where I have to copy the ~ 2 millions of records to another dummy table from 200 millions of records with some condition  with ID as Clustered Primary key

These are Based on two conditions:

1. Recent 3 months of data needs to be copied based on the date range... datatype is datetime which is in the form of following: '2010-02-11 01:25:00.670'

2. There is Description column which says 'Unknown Code 0'. Copy other than those records.

. How can I define the range of date by not hard coding the values I just want to pass the range of date by passing into variables using @min and @max

Is it easy to acheive using temp table or CTE's or is there any easy method that can copy huge data.

Thanks,


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by:srionline2k6
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Thing to  add more. How can I define the range of date by not hard coding the values I just want to pass the range of date by passing into variables using @min and @max
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by:sachitjain
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Can't you have non-clustered index on your date column? Also if you can add description in include list of that non-clustered index. If so then u could use between construct in ur where clause to filter records for 3 months as per @min and @max along with description. You could temporarily hold these selected records in temp table that is again cluster indexed on ur Id. From there use them the way you desire.
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DECLARE @ReportStartDate DATETIME            
DECLARE @ReportEndDate DATETIME            
SET @ReportStartDate = DateAdd(M,-3,DateAdd(D,DateDiff(D,0,Getdate()),0))    
SET @ReportEndDate = DateAdd(MS,-3,DateAdd(D,DateDiff(D,0,Getdate()),0))    

the above date range gets last 3 months , if today date is 22nd feb, then nov22nd to feb 21st  will be pulled.

select * from  table1
where datecol between    @ReportStartDate,@ReportEndDate
and description <> 'Unknown Code 0'

above query will pull last three months data and can be used in any insert query or to create any view.
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