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Michael Valentine Jones
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Posted - 01/18/2006 :  22:08:27  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Function F_ISO_YEAR_WEEK_DAY_OF_WEEK returns the ISO 8601 Year Week Day of Week in format YYYY-W01-D for the date passed. W01 represents the week of the year from W01 through W53, and D represents the day of the week with 1 = Monday through 7 = Sunday.

The first week of each year starts on the first Monday on or before January 4 of that year, so that the year begins from December 28 of the prior year through January 4 of the current year.

This code creates the function and demos it for the first day, first date+60, and first date+364 for each ISO week/year from 1990 to 2030.

drop function dbo.F_ISO_YEAR_WEEK_DAY_OF_WEEK
create function dbo.F_ISO_YEAR_WEEK_DAY_OF_WEEK
	@Date	datetime
returns		varchar(10)
returns the ISO 8601 Year Week Day of Week
in format YYYY-W01-D for the date passed.

declare @YearWeekDayOfWeek	varchar(10)

	--Format to form YYYY-W01-D
	@YearWeekDayOfWeek =
	right('00'+convert(varchar(2),(datediff(dd,a.YearStart,@Date)/7)+1),2) +
	YearStart =
	-- Case finds start of year
	when	NextYrStart <= @date
	then	NextYrStart
	when	CurrYrStart <= @date
	then	CurrYrStart
	else	PriorYrStart
	-- First day of first week of prior year
	PriorYrStart =
	-- First day of first week of current year
	CurrYrStart =
	-- First day of first week of next year
	NextYrStart =
	--Find Jan 4 for the year of the input date
	Jan4	= 
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return @YearWeekDayOfWeek


-- Execute function on first day, first day+60,
-- and first day+364 for years from 1990 to 2030.

	DT	= convert(varchar(10),DT,121),
	YR_START_DT_60 = 
	YR_START_DT_365 = 
	select DT = getdate()	union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'1990/01/01')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'1990/12/31')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'1991/12/30')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'1993/01/04')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'1994/01/03')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'1995/01/02')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'1996/01/01')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'1996/12/30')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'1997/12/29')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'1999/01/04')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2000/01/03')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2001/01/01')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2001/12/31')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2002/12/30')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2003/12/29')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2005/01/03')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2006/01/02')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2007/01/01')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2007/12/31')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2008/12/29')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2010/01/04')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2011/01/03')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2012/01/02')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2012/12/31')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2013/12/30')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2014/12/29')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2016/01/04')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2017/01/02')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2018/01/01')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2018/12/31')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2019/12/30')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2021/01/04')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2022/01/03')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2023/01/02')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2024/01/01')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2024/12/30')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2025/12/29')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2027/01/04')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2028/01/03')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2029/01/01')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2029/12/31')  union all
	select DT = convert(datetime,'2030/12/30')
	) a

Function Test Results:

---------- ----------- -------------- --------------- 
2006-01-18 2006-W03-3  2006-W11-7     2007-W03-3
1990-01-01 1990-W01-1  1990-W09-5     1991-W01-1
1990-12-31 1991-W01-1  1991-W09-5     1992-W01-1
1991-12-30 1992-W01-1  1992-W09-5     1992-W53-1
1993-01-04 1993-W01-1  1993-W09-5     1994-W01-1
1994-01-03 1994-W01-1  1994-W09-5     1995-W01-1
1995-01-02 1995-W01-1  1995-W09-5     1996-W01-1
1996-01-01 1996-W01-1  1996-W09-5     1997-W01-1
1996-12-30 1997-W01-1  1997-W09-5     1998-W01-1
1997-12-29 1998-W01-1  1998-W09-5     1998-W53-1
1999-01-04 1999-W01-1  1999-W09-5     2000-W01-1
2000-01-03 2000-W01-1  2000-W09-5     2001-W01-1
2001-01-01 2001-W01-1  2001-W09-5     2002-W01-1
2001-12-31 2002-W01-1  2002-W09-5     2003-W01-1
2002-12-30 2003-W01-1  2003-W09-5     2004-W01-1
2003-12-29 2004-W01-1  2004-W09-5     2004-W53-1
2005-01-03 2005-W01-1  2005-W09-5     2006-W01-1
2006-01-02 2006-W01-1  2006-W09-5     2007-W01-1
2007-01-01 2007-W01-1  2007-W09-5     2008-W01-1
2007-12-31 2008-W01-1  2008-W09-5     2009-W01-1
2008-12-29 2009-W01-1  2009-W09-5     2009-W53-1
2010-01-04 2010-W01-1  2010-W09-5     2011-W01-1
2011-01-03 2011-W01-1  2011-W09-5     2012-W01-1
2012-01-02 2012-W01-1  2012-W09-5     2013-W01-1
2012-12-31 2013-W01-1  2013-W09-5     2014-W01-1
2013-12-30 2014-W01-1  2014-W09-5     2015-W01-1
2014-12-29 2015-W01-1  2015-W09-5     2015-W53-1
2016-01-04 2016-W01-1  2016-W09-5     2017-W01-1
2017-01-02 2017-W01-1  2017-W09-5     2018-W01-1
2018-01-01 2018-W01-1  2018-W09-5     2019-W01-1
2018-12-31 2019-W01-1  2019-W09-5     2020-W01-1
2019-12-30 2020-W01-1  2020-W09-5     2020-W53-1
2021-01-04 2021-W01-1  2021-W09-5     2022-W01-1
2022-01-03 2022-W01-1  2022-W09-5     2023-W01-1
2023-01-02 2023-W01-1  2023-W09-5     2024-W01-1
2024-01-01 2024-W01-1  2024-W09-5     2025-W01-1
2024-12-30 2025-W01-1  2025-W09-5     2026-W01-1
2025-12-29 2026-W01-1  2026-W09-5     2026-W53-1
2027-01-04 2027-W01-1  2027-W09-5     2028-W01-1
2028-01-03 2028-W01-1  2028-W09-5     2029-W01-1
2029-01-01 2029-W01-1  2029-W09-5     2030-W01-1
2029-12-31 2030-W01-1  2030-W09-5     2031-W01-1
2030-12-30 2031-W01-1  2031-W09-5     2032-W01-1

(43 row(s) affected)


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Posted - 03/19/2008 :  15:57:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Great! I searched other places for this but this is the best one of all. Thanks.
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Posted - 02/03/2012 :  07:53:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The test-code is not language setting proof, add conversion hint ,121

Msg 242, Level 16, State 3, Line 6
The conversion of a char data type to a datetime data type resulted in an out-of-range datetime value.

-- Execute function on first day, first day+60,
-- and first day+364 for years from 1990 to 2030.

DT = convert(varchar(10),DT,121),
select DT = getdate() union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'1990/01/01',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'1990/12/31',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'1991/12/30',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'1993/01/04',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'1994/01/03',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'1995/01/02',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'1996/01/01',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'1996/12/30',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'1997/12/29',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'1999/01/04',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2000/01/03',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2001/01/01',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2001/12/31',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2002/12/30',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2003/12/29',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2005/01/03',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2006/01/02',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2007/01/01',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2007/12/31',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2008/12/29',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2010/01/04',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2011/01/03',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2012/01/02',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2012/12/31',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2013/12/30',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2014/12/29',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2016/01/04',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2017/01/02',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2018/01/01',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2018/12/31',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2019/12/30',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2021/01/04',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2022/01/03',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2023/01/02',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2024/01/01',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2024/12/30',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2025/12/29',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2027/01/04',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2028/01/03',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2029/01/01',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2029/12/31',121) union all
select DT = convert(datetime,'2030/12/30',121)
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