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How can i compare the date field with sql get date function

Hi Experts ,

I want to get all the rows with today date and select only those data . I have a field called Startdate . i want to compare those value with todays date using sql function and return todays date data only

SQL Query i tried
select ms.Id, ms.MailTemplate, ms.EmailAddress, ms.SchedulerName, ms.Module, ms.CustomViewId, ms.StartDateTime, ms.IsActive,mt.EmailBody, mt.TemplateName,mt.EmailSubject, v.ViewName from MailScheduler ms join MailTemplate mt on mt.Id=ms.MailTemplate join [Views] v on v.ID= ms.CustomViewId where ms.StartDateTime = GETDATE()  order by ms.Id desc 

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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
If your StartDateTime can't be higher than today then use the following:
select ms.Id, ms.MailTemplate, ms.EmailAddress, ms.SchedulerName, ms.Module, ms.CustomViewId, ms.StartDateTime, ms.IsActive,mt.EmailBody, mt.TemplateName,mt.EmailSubject, v.ViewName 
from MailScheduler ms 
    join MailTemplate mt on mt.Id=ms.MailTemplate 
    join [Views] v on v.ID= ms.CustomViewId 
where ms.StartDateTime >= CAST(GETDATE() AS DATE)
order by ms.Id desc 

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