Timestamp in the SQL Server where clause
Oracle to SQL Server: month + year where clause - SQL-Server, Oracle, Tsql, To-Char
I have an Oracle query that reads as follows:
In SQL Server we have the MONTH () and YEAR () functions.
Is there something that will allow me to apply a month-year constraint like Oracle with to_char in a single step? I need to parameterize this and maintain compatibility with both databases over a common interface. Now you would need two parameters and the other only one.
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I think that would be the closest Oracle function in SQL Server comes in. But even with I don't see any possibility of just requesting the year and month. Rather, we would at least have to accept the day and possibly also a time stamp.
accepts a date format mask parameter as a third argument. The mask only returns a date in the following format:
So for the date in your question, this would return:
where i went undefined as i don't know what day a particular record might have. Now we can approach what you want by using the left 6 characters of this output e.g.
3 for the answer № 2
To get the year and month in SQL Server (2012 and above) you can use:
FORMAT (value, format [, culture])
Please remember that it is not SARG-compatible, so no index is used.
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