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Select Datepart

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Is there a way for me to use the Datepart function so that it would return today's date as:

20060619

Or is there another way I can do it?

The below didn't quite get me what I needed.

SELECT DATEPART(YYYY, GETDATE()), DATEPART(MM,GETDATE()) , DATEPART(DD, GETDATE())

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print convert(varchar,@datetime,112)

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Yes, there is. This code will do what you need:

SELECT
   Cast(Datepart(yyyy, GetDate()) AS char(4)) +
   Right('0' + Cast(DatePart(mm, GetDate()) AS Varchar(2)), 2) +
   Right('0' + Cast(DatePart(dd, GetDate()) AS Varchar(2)), 2)



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That worked great, thanks!


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I just realized that I pasted the wrong section into my post.

This returns the same result as Brendt's DatePart/Cast example, but with less function calls:

SELECT CONVERT(varchar,GETDATE(),112)



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Perhaps, but the questioner specifically requested a method using DatePart. I use this when generating a YYYYMMDDHHNN strings, in preference to stripping formatting out of a CONVERTed datetime, because it is far more readable.



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Of course, I never noticed the "Or is there some other way to do it" portion of the post 8-O



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