LIMIT FOR MSSQL

we have this query for search ..

$query = " SELECT * FROM dbo.Rooms WHERE ROOMNO NOT IN (SELECT DISTINCT S_ROOMNO FROM dbo.Stay WHERE ((S_ADATE BETWEEN '$CheckIn' AND '$CheckOut') AND (S_DDATE BETWEEN '$CheckIn' AND '$CheckOut')) OR (S_ADATE < '$CheckIn' AND S_DDATE > '$CheckOut') OR (S_ADATE < '$CheckIn' AND ( S_DDATE BETWEEN '$CheckIn' AND '$CheckOut')) OR (( S_ADATE BETWEEN '$CheckIn' AND '$CheckOut' ) AND S_DDATE > '$CheckOut')) ";


after fetch result we need to  add this pagination.


$offset = ($currentpage - 1) * $rowsperpage + 1;
$limit=($offset-1) + $rowsperpage;
$query .= "LIMIT $offset , $limit";


but this LIMIT is not working with MSSQL Server , it works for Mysql  but i don't know how to do it in MSSQL to  work with  PHP.

Any help is greatly appreciated!!

Tony
tonyhhiscAsked:
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gozolietConnect With a Mentor Commented:
In SQL 2012 you can use fetch/offset
SELECT email FROM emailTable 
WHERE id=3
ORDER BY Id
OFFSET 10 ROWS
FETCH NEXT 10 ROWS ONLY;

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Previous versions would include row_number() over a sort order and then select rows from that table where the row number is between your page values.
$query = " SELECT *, row_number() over ( orDer by roomno) as rownum
 FROM dbo.Rooms WHERE ROOMNO NOT IN (SELECT DISTINCT S_ROOMNO FROM dbo.Stay WHERE ((S_ADATE BETWEEN '$CheckIn' AND '$CheckOut') AND (S_DDATE BETWEEN '$CheckIn' AND '$CheckOut')) OR (S_ADATE < '$CheckIn' AND S_DDATE > '$CheckOut') OR (S_ADATE < '$CheckIn' AND ( S_DDATE BETWEEN '$CheckIn' AND '$CheckOut')) OR (( S_ADATE BETWEEN '$CheckIn' AND '$CheckOut' ) AND S_DDATE > '$CheckOut')) ";

$offset = ($currentpage - 1) * $rowsperpage + 1;
$limit=($offset-1) + $rowsperpage;
$query .= "And rownum between $offset and $limit";

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tonyhhiscAuthor Commented:
I have did like this  first  time and no  work  with me  :/ , if  can give all code to  help will add it.

KInd regards,
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Ray PaseurCommented:
no work  with me
What, exactly, happened?  Did you get any output at all?  Did you get an error message?  If you can give us the SSCCE or at least some clues to go on we might be able to produce better answers.

I believe that MSSQL has a TOP clause.  There is some discussion of this here:
http://forums.asp.net/t/1224860.aspx?SELECT+TOP+MSSQL

There is also OFFSET / FETCH.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg699618.aspx
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tonyhhiscAuthor Commented:
thanks for your help.
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