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Try to return day of the week

Posted on 2011-09-14
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I would like to add a column that shows what is the weakday like Mon, Tues, Wed and so on...
based on the date that i have in another colum:
Here is what i have:

TimeStamp                                  Name
2011-06-20 22:59:47.050             KPI-X
2011-06-22 22:59:47.050             KPI-M
2011-06-25 22:59:47.050             KPI-I

So all what i want to do is add another column that shows weather it is Monday or Tues so forth based on TimeStamp date.  thanks for your help      
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This should do it:

DATENAME(dw, Your_Date_Column)
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thnx
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alter table Yourtable add DayOfWeek as datename(dw,[timestamp])
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