I have moved the domain of my SQL Server and while everything is mainly working the date format for queries seems to have changed. So if I run this: select convert(datetime,'2012-02-13') I get ...
I have varchar data in database table which stores date in DD-MM-YYYY format. I want to select that varchar in MM-DD-YYYY format. I'm using select convert (varchar(30), (select CONVERT(datetime, ...
I have a query that I want to get data from the past 5 quarters, but it doesn't work the way it should: select to_char(eventdate,'YYYY') || ' Q-' || to_char(eventdate, ' Q'), ... from ... where ...
I am creating a database for records that extend prior to 1000 AD, but MySQL Date and DateTime fields only support dates starting at 1000. Is there a way that would be more convenient than either ...
I have a column "created" with type timestamp without time zone default now() in a PostgreSQL database. If I select colums, it has a nice and readable format per default: SELECT created FROM ...