You are correct but when I run this statement I get no values.
So I went on to try some more ways to make it work and this statement works:
, CASEWHEN [START_DATE] IS NULL OR [START_DATE] = '' THEN
CAST(Replace(convert(date, END_DATE, 101), '-', '') as numeric(8,0)) ELSE
CAST(Replace(convert(date, [START_DATE], 101), '-', '') as numeric(8,0)) END AS [START_DATE]
But I can't integrate it in my DateDiff statement, can you help me please?
I have a little bit of SQL code and I am having trouble bringing it over to MSSQL. I don't even know where to being I know that the SELECT, FROM , GROUP BY and HAVING will be in the MSSSQL query.
However I know for a fact the 4th line will change into @param1 and @param2. If anyone would like to add some input into this would be nice.
Select COUNT(') AS Result, Username AS UsernameInput, [Password]
GROUP BY Username, [Password]
Having (COUNT(') = 1) AND (Username = ?) AND ([Password] = ?)
I am having sqlserver 2008R2 database, and in the table, there is a column "Text" with some string value.
Some of the strings are good (have the characters entered from keyboard" where some have values like "degree" symbol.
Row 1 has string "Today temperature is 45Degrees C"whereas Row 2 has string "Today temperature is 40°C
Row 2 has a symbol which is not entered through the keyboard. I want to filter such kind of symbols while querying.
Is there a way to query that way by filtering? If so, please provide me such query.