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SQL Function to convert date time to string


SQL Function to convert date time to string

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Hi Experts,

please help me in writing a SQL Function as below

the input parameter for function should be datetime of sql datetimeformat

and out put should be a string = yyyymmdd1 or yyyymmdd2

the last character 1 or 2 based on below condition
if time is between 6AM and 5.59PM then 1
if 6PM to 5.59AM then 2

please help me with such function am running out of time

thank you.

Kishore
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USE Master
GO

DECLARE @dt DATETIME

SELECT @dt = '2014/01/27 01:00 PM'

select REPLACE(CONVERT(VARCHAR(10),@dt,111),'/','')+CASE WHEN DATEPART(HH,@dt) >= 6 AND DATEPART(HH,@dt) < 18 THEN '1' ELSE '2' END


SELECT @dt = '2014/01/27 01:00 AM'

select REPLACE(CONVERT(VARCHAR(10),@dt,111),'/','')+CASE WHEN DATEPART(HH,@dt) >= 6 AND DATEPART(HH,@dt) < 18 THEN '1' ELSE '2' END



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;WITH SampleData AS (
SELECT MyDate = CAST('2014-01-27 05:59:59.997' AS DATETIME) UNION ALL
SELECT '2014-01-27 06:00:00.000' UNION ALL
SELECT '2014-01-27 06:00:00.003' UNION ALL
SELECT '2014-01-27 17:59:59.994' UNION ALL
SELECT '2014-01-27 17:59:59.997' UNION ALL
SELECT '2014-01-27 18:00:00.000')
SELECT
MyDate,
CONVERT(CHAR(8),MyDate, 112) + CASE WHEN DATEPART(HOUR,MyDate) >= 6 AND DATEPART(HOUR,MyDate) < 18 THEN '1' ELSE '2' END
FROM SampleData



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It Worked

Thanks a ton Mitesh
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Thank you for the reply chris.:-)
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--EDIT--

It is Monday morning and I misread this post entirely. Need more coffee.

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Greetings!

Would using date type 112 not remove the need to replace the "/" characters in the date string?

This would reduce the date string portion from

REPLACE(CONVERT(VARCHAR(10),@dt,111),'/','')



to

CONVERT(VARCHAR(8),@dt,112)


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