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Working with Query Analyzer and FOR XML

If you work with SQL Server 2000 and FOR XML functionality, you curse Query Analyzer probably as often as I do.  Here are some tips for improving the output:

  1. In QA, set “Maximum Characters per Column” setting to 2033
  2. Execute DBCC TRACEON(257) to pretty-print the XML output

http://www.winnetmag.com/SQLServer/Article/ArticleID/20698/20698.html

Posted On Wednesday, September 15, 2004 2:40 PM

UTC datetime values in SQL Server 2000
You can convert local datetime values to UTC datetime values, and vice-versa, using the built-in GETUTCDATE() function: DECLARE @LocalDate DATETIMESET @LocalDate = GETDATE() -- convert local date to utc dateDECLARE @UTCDate DATETIMESET @UTCDate = DATEADD(Hour, DATEDIFF(Hour, GETUTCDATE(), GETDATE()), @LocalDate) -- convert utc date to local dateDECLARE @LocalDate2 DATETIMESET @LocalDate2 = DATEADD(Hour, DATEDIFF(Hour, GETDATE(), GETUTCDATE()), @UTCDate) SELECT @LocalDate, @UTCDate, @LocalDate2 Note ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 14, 2004 11:35 PM

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