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Hi!

I need a sql query to provide me the Monday in iso_week 1 for any given year.

in 2015 it should return '2014-12-29'
in 2016 it should return '2016-01-04'
in 2017 it should return '2017-01-02'

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Question by:intimenordic
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Phillip Burton earned 500 total points
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Either:

select dateadd(day,2-datepart(dw,'20130101')+iif(datepart(dw,'20130101')>5,7,0),'20130101') as ISOWeek1

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or, if you want to define it once:

declare @year as char(4)
set @year = '2027'

select dateadd(day,2-datepart(dw,@year + '0101')+iif(datepart(dw,@year + '0101')>5,7,0),@year + '0101') as ISOWeek1

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by:intimenordic
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Perfect! Just used getdate for declaring, since this is a runtime thing.

declare @year as char(4)
set @year = year(getdate())
select dateadd(day,2-datepart(dw,@year + '0101')+iif(datepart(dw,@year + '0101')>5,7,0),@year + '0101') as ISOWeek1

Thanks, and have a great weekend!
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