Click here to monitor SSC
SQLServerCentral is supported by Red Gate Software Ltd.
Log in  ::  Register  ::  Not logged in

Get your favorite SSC scripts directly in SSMS with the free SQL Scripts addin. Search for scripts directly from SSMS, and instantly access any saved scripts in your SSC briefcase from the favorites tab.
Download now (direct download link)

Print Text Month Calendar

By Bernabe Diaz,

Test it as follows:

print [dbo].[myCalendar] (getdate())+ CHAR(13)

print [dbo].[myCalendar] (dateadd(month,+1,getdate()))+ CHAR(13)

print [dbo].[myCalendar] (dateadd(month,+2,getdate()))+ CHAR(13)

print [dbo].[myCalendar] (dateadd(month,+3,getdate()))+ CHAR(13)

Total article views: 1650 | Views in the last 30 days: 3
Related Articles

dateAdd inside where clause

dateAdd function syntax help


Date Manipulation with DATEADD/DATEDIFF

Learn how to use Dateadd/Datediff functions to manipulate dates in this short article from Seth Phel...


DATEADD and variables in SQL

To make the T-SQL  function DATEADD more dynamic use variables. The example below , accepts an input...


Print Text Month Calendar

Comments posted to this topic are about the item [B]Print Text Month Calendar[/B] Hi Bernabe, Nice ...



Trying build this some that it will return 24 months from the current day. What am I doing wrong?? ...


Join the most active online SQL Server Community

SQL knowledge, delivered daily, free:

Email address:  

You make SSC a better place

As a member of SQLServerCentral, you get free access to loads of fresh content: thousands of articles and SQL scripts, a library of free eBooks, a weekly database news roundup, a great Q & A platform… And it’s our huge, buzzing community of SQL Server Professionals that makes it such a success.

Join us!

Steve Jones

Already a member? Jump in:

Email address:   Password:   Remember me: Forgotten your password?
Steve Jones