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datetimeoffset(5)) ?

Posted on 2011-03-23
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which means?
 SELECT
    CAST(GETDATE() AS datetimeoffset(5)) AS 'datetimeoffset'


datetimeoffset
2011-03-23 15:20:23.67000 +00:00
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by:Kevin Cross
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enrique_aeo,

What is your question with regards to the above?

Kevin
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datetimeoffset(1)) ?
datetimeoffset(2)) ?
datetimeoffset(3)) ?
datetimeoffset(4)) ?

WHY I have no time difference to UTC?
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wdosanjos earned 350 total points
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datetimeoffset is a date/time data type that is time zone aware.  The value that goes in the parenthesis determines the precision.

Your sample code just casts GETDATE() to datetimeoffset, but since GETDATE() only returns datetime the time zone part is not set (remains +00:00).

You should use the SYSDATETIMEOFFSET() to get your current time in datetimeoffset format:

     SELECT SYSDATETIMEOFFSET()

More info here:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186724%28v=SQL.100%29.aspx

I hope this helps.
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ok, i execute
SELECT SYSDATETIMEOFFSET()
this is the results
2011-03-28 21:26:53.1630585 -05:00

what is the main means?
 -05:00
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-05:00 means that your system is 5 hours behind GMT.
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it is fine
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