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Posted - 08/30/2005 :  07:49:05  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Edward writes "Greetings,
I have the following store procedure

Store Procedure

Update testTable
Set columntobeupdated = @columntobeupdated
where ID = @ID and lastupdateddate = @readdate

However, when I pass in the date from the vb.net front end
no rows are updated even though the data hasn't changed since I read it. I am guessing this is because the way sql server stores
dates as '2000-05-08 12:35:29.998' and when I look at the date
in VB.NET it is '2000-05-08 12:35:29 PM'. How can I get the dates to match up with out sacrificing concurrency?




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Posted - 08/31/2005 :  16:23:31  Show Profile  Visit nr's Homepage  Reply with Quote
>> sql server stores dates as '2000-05-08 12:35:29.998'
No it doesn't. It stores dates as two binary numbers (or a decimal value depending on how you think of it).
What you are seeing is the value converted to text using your default settings.

If your app passes the value as a datetime (correctly) then you won't have a problem.
You can pass in a string in the format yyyymmdd hh:mm:ss.mmm and you won't have a problem but it's better to correct the app to pass the correct value.

Use the profiler or get the SP to save the value to a table to see what is passed in.

Cursors are useful if you don't know sql.
DTS can be used in a similar way.
Beer is not cold and it isn't fizzy.
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