Actual date and TimeCurrent date and time
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Delivers the actual time stamp of the data base system as date time value without the offsets of the data base time area. Syndatetime and Sysutc Data Time have an accuracy of fractions of seconds as GETDATE and GETUTCDATE. Synthetimeoffset contains the system time offsets. You can assign syndatetime, sysutcodetime, and sysdatetimeoffset to a variables with any date and time type.
You can find an outline of all date and time datatypes and features of Transact-SQL under Date and Time Datatypes and Features (Transact-SQL). Transact SQL instructions can relate to existing translations of definitions of GETDATE wherever they can relate to a date-time term. is a non deterministic feature. The use of software with the GETDATE() feature can cause the request to run slow because the request finder cannot obtain exact predictions of cardiac origin for the value of Gedate.
It is recommended that you precalculate the value of your existing gettate and then specify this value in the queries as in the following example. Also use the ORTION (RECOMPILE) prompt to compel the qualifier to recreate a schedule the next time the same request is made. In this case, the optimiser has precise cardiac estimations for GETDATE() and creates a more effective interrogation schedule.
The following samples use the six SQL Server system features that retrieve the actual date and time to retrieve the date, time, or both, using the six SQL Server system features that retrieve the actual date and time. GETUTCDATE (); Here is the resulting quantity. , CONVERT on ( date, GETUTCDATE()); Here is the resulting number.
CONVERT (time, GETUTCDATE()); Here is the resulting number. In the following example, the three SQL Server system features that revert the actual date and time are used to revert the date, time, or both.
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