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Check Datetime Existence within multiple columns


Check Datetime Existence within multiple columns

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adnan8t2
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Hi there,

I've a BillDate as date, and a Mark as bit column in First table.
(Mark=0 by default)

In Second table I've FromDate as date, and ToDate as date Column.

I want to set Mark=1 if BillDate is exists between FromDate & ToDate

Let Say In First Table the data is
----------------------------
BillDate | Mark
----------------------------
2012-11-10 11:15:30 | 0
2012-12-12 09:00:00 | 0

In Second Table the data is
---------------------------------------------
FromDate | ToDate
---------------------------------------------
2012-11-01 07:00:00 | 2012-11-09 23:59:59
2012-12-08 07:00:00 | 2012-12-15 23:59:59

So in the above scenario only the second row from First table
which is having, BillDate->2012-12-12 09:00:00 will be Mark as 1
because it comes between second row of second table

I hope I've explained my scenario,
anthony.green
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Please take a moment to read through the second link in my signature on posting code and data for the best help.

But based on your post, you need something like this

[cod="sql"]
DECLARE @Bill TABLE (BillDate DATETIME, Mark BIT)
INSERT INTO @Bill VALUES
('2012-11-10 11:15:30',0),
('2012-12-12 09:00:00',0)

DECLARE @Dates TABLE (FromDate DATETIME, ToDate DATETIME)
INSERT INTO @Dates VALUES
('2012-11-01 07:00:00','2012-11-09 23:59:59'),
('2012-12-08 07:00:00','2012-12-15 23:59:59')

UPDATE
B
SET
Mark = 1
FROM
@Bill B
INNER JOIN
@Dates d
ON
b.BillDate >= d.FromDate
AND
b.BillDate <= d.ToDate

SELECT * FROM @Bill
[/code]



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Thank you so much Tunnel.

I've tried it and its working fine.

How can I mark your post as an answer?
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