Views and expressions that reference this function without in a column cannot without be time indexed.
Select sysdatetime,sysdatetimeoffset,sysutcdatetime,current_timestamp,getdate,getutcdate Here is the result set.You should ask this question in SQL time Engine forum, they might give you better answer.Getdate 13:18:45.3470000, getutcdate 20:18:45.3470000 Examples: Azure SQL Data Warehouse and Parallel Data Warehouse The following examples use time the three SQL Server system time functions that return current date and time to return the date, time, or both.In this article, applies TO: SQL Server, azure SQL Database, azure SQL Data Warehouse.Sysdatetime 13:18:45.3490361, sysutcdatetime 20:18:45.3490361, current_timestamp 13:18:45.3470000.Using switchoffset with the function getdate can cause the query to run slowly because the query optimizer is unable to obtain time accurate cardinality estimates for without the getdate value.For an overview of all Transact-SQL date and time data types and functions, see.Note, sysdatetime and sysutcdatetime have more fractional seconds precision than getdate and getutcdate. Time as type is introduced in SQL2008, until that timeframe you either have to implement it by yourself (as number of seconds) or use guide datatime type with fixed date (first allowed date value) and clash use only the time part.
The optimizer will then have accurate cardinality estimates for getdate and will produce a belle more efficient query plan.
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Yyyy-MM-DD, select convert(varchar(10 getdate 120) returns, mM-DD-yyyy, select convert(varchar(10 getdate 110) returns, dD-MM-yyyy.Maybe, there is a version of input or a function to achieve this and I'm reinventing the wheel?Issue Title Leave a comment There are no strategy open issues There are no closed issues View on GitHub.Just use an int instead of a Datetime, Or, you could create your own datatype.Transact-SQL Syntax Conventions, syntax, getdate ( return Type datetime.Declare @dt datetimeoffset switchoffset (convert(datetimeoffset, getdate '-04:00 select * from t, where c1 @dt option (recompile Examples, the following examples use the six SQL Server system functions that return current date and time to return the date, time, or both.Sysutcdatetime 20:10:02.0474381, current_timestamp 13:10:02.047, getdate 13:10:02.047.By default, you get both the date and time value whenever you retrieve a datetime value from the database.Sysdatetime, sysdatetimeoffset, sysutcdatetime, current_timestamp.I need to get date and time from the user and convert it to epoch.Declare @MyDt int, clash set strategy @MyDt Cast dt as int select Cast MyDt as DateTime) or using the custom data type.Parallel Data Warehouse, returns the current database system timestamp as a datetime value without the database time zone offset.