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T-SQL convertion

Posted on 2013-05-14
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Dear all,

We have an oracle statement here and this will will execute in MS SQL side.

"to_date('2013-04-01','YYYY-MM-DD') and to_date('2013-05-10','YYYY-MM-DD')"

but I try to run it from MS SQL and see what takes it so long time to return.

how can I convert it to t-SQL ?
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between '2013-04-01' and '2013-05-10'

is all you need in TSQL
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I should add, if you prefer to be explicit regarding the date conversion, then you can do this instead:

between convert(date,'2013-04-01') and convert(date,'2013-05-10')

-- not sure about sql 2005, will work in 2008
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