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Dynamic SQL and DATEADD with User Defined Variable in Number/2nd position


Dynamic SQL and DATEADD with User Defined Variable in Number/2nd position

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You don't want to use a function against the END_DATETIME column if you can avoid it, since any function will prevent SQL from using the full seek capabilities against that column in any index(es) in which it might appear.

I think the code below will do SELECT the same rows as your original query, but adjust the code if/as needed to match you need:



SELECT *
FROM dbo.tablename
WHERE
END_DATETIME >= DATEADD(HOUR, -@tzoffset, @StartDate) AND
END_DATETIME <= DATEADD(HOUR, -@tzoffset, @EndDate)




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ScottPletcher (9/3/2013)
You don't want to use a function against the END_DATETIME column if you can avoid it, since any function will prevent SQL from using the full seek capabilities against that column in any index(es) in which it might appear.

I think the code below will do SELECT the same rows as your original query, but adjust the code if/as needed to match you need:



SELECT *
FROM dbo.tablename
WHERE
END_DATETIME >= DATEADD(HOUR, -@tzoffset, @StartDate) AND
END_DATETIME <= DATEADD(HOUR, -@tzoffset, @EndDate)




Same thing I suggested in my post.

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