I am little confused in writing the exact query i.e filling the correct details in the query . To simplify let me explain....
I am using the query as
delete MYTABLE where datediff(dd,loaddate,getdate())>5
I have a table now with loadate column which gets the default date and time . The loadate shows correct date and time when the data was imported in the table .
Now suppose if i want to delete previous 5 days records from today ( for e.g today is 20/08/2002 3:40:00 PM ) ideally it should delete all records which are 5 days older from today . i.e from 20/08/2002 3:40:00 PM to 15/08/2002 3:40:00 PM ) But when i execute the datediff command , it deletes the records previous than 15/08/2002 till 15/08/2002. The records from 15/08/2002 to 20/08/2002 remain intact .
I am getting some different results .
Am i missing something in the query or i am confused about the calculation of the dates the datediff command performs .
Is the logic correct or i am missing someting important ?
I have a scheduled job which does an text file import in my database . The data gets appended in my table every day from this import job .
Since my table is growing every day , i want to truncate the table after the data has been collected for three months i.e 90 days . The table will be empty and the new data will flow in through the import .
Any thoughts how to do it through query and schedule it ???
I want to delete all files in a given folder that are older than 3 days from today's date.
I tried using a "Foreach Loop container" with a "File System" task inside it but found I couldn't access any file properties such as the file creation date. Am I using the wrong task for this job?
P.S. History of the problem:
I used the sql 2005 Database maintenance program to setup our database backup jobs. One day I noticed that the free space on the drive where we keep the dumps had grown small. I found that we had at least 4 weeks of dumps in there, not the 3 days I wanted to keep! I looked but could not find the "delete file" option in the SSIS package generated by the Database Maintenance Wizard. No wonder the files were piling up.
If I run the below command, it clean up the files inside the folders but unable to clean up the folder and sub-folders older than 30 days. xp_ cmd shell ' forfiles -p "D:abcd" -s -m *.* -d -30 -c "cmd /c del /Q @path"'
I am using the backup task and backing up a database but want to delete all backup files older than 5 days old. I am using the file task for this and have built the path in a variable but am trying to use a wildcard for the time. I am getting illegal character in path. How can I go about this.
I currently have E:MSSQL.1MSSQLBackupdatabasename_backup_20070309*.bak in my input variable and am trying to delete the file databasename_backup_200703091532.bak
Ok in SQL 2000 this is within the maintaince plan, where as i have to create a seprate one for sql 2005 being i assume the 'clean up history' I choose the backup andrestore option choose 2 weeks and then run the job once created it runs sucssessfully but yet it dosnt delete a thing. I have backups going back almost 2 months now. What on earth am i not doing?
I want to delete all backup files from a folder older than a specific date. But if I use the beklow query, I need to pass how many days of older backup files I need to delete whereas in my case, I dont know how many days/month/syears of old backup files are there in the backup folder.
I get the following message when I execute a mantenance plan to delete files older than 1 day.
Error # -1073548784
Executing the query "EXECUTE master.dbo.xp_delete_file 0,N'',N'',N'2007-09-30T07:56:09' " failed with the following error: "Error executing extended stored procedure: Invalid Parameter". Possible failure reasons: Problems with the query, "ResultSet" property not set correctly, parameters not set correctly, or connection not established correctly.
I would like to run queries with data that sometimes span two days. The queries require start and end dates as well as start and end times. The following code works fine if the start time is less than the end time:
select * from tst01 where convert(varchar, [DateTime],126) between '2005-09-15' and
'2006-01-27' and convert(varchar, [DateTime],114) between '09:00:00' and
'17:00:00' order by [DateTime]
However, if I try to run a query where the start time is greater than the end time (e.g., start time 5:00pm on one day until 9:00am the next day), the query returns an empty table.
select * from tst01 where convert(varchar, [DateTime],126) between '2005-09-15' and
'2006-01-27' and convert(varchar, [DateTime],114) between '17:00:00' and
'09:00:00' order by [DateTime]
I need a way to indicate that the start and end times span two days. Can anybody help with this?
I have written a function that returns the number of Days, Hours and minutes from a given number of minutes. On testinf the results are close but not quite there. Can anyone see where I have gone wrong or is there an easier way of doing this? Code is as follows:
CREATE FUNCTION dbo.GetTimeBetweenLong (@StartTime DateTime, @EndTime DateTime, @CurrentDate DateTime) RETURNS VarChar(50) AS BEGIN DECLARE @TotalTime Numeric DECLARE @Minutes Numeric DECLARE @Hours Numeric DECLARE @Days Numeric DECLARE @MinutesInDays Numeric
IF @EndTime IS NULL BEGIN SET @Days = DATEDIFF(Day, @StartTime, @CurrentDate) SET @Hours = DATEDIFF(Hour, @StartTime, @CurrentDate) - (@Days * 24) SET @Minutes = DATEDIFF(Minute, @StartTime, @CurrentDate) - ((@Days * 24)*60) - (@Hours * 60) END ELSE BEGIN SET @Days = DATEDIFF(Day, @StartTime, @EndTime) SET @Hours = DATEDIFF(Hour, @StartTime, @EndTime) - (@Days * 24) SET @Minutes = DATEDIFF(Minute, @StartTime, @EndTime) - ((@Days * 24)*60) - (@Hours * 60) END
IF(@Days <0) BEGIN SET @Days = @Days - @Days - @Days END
IF (@Hours < 0) BEGIN SET @Hours = @Hours - @Hours - @Hours END
IF (@Minutes <0) BEGIN SET @Minutes = @Minutes - @Minutes - @Minutes END
I am using Master Data Service for couple of months now. I can load, update, merge and soft delete data in MDS. Occasionally we even have to hard delete data from MDS. If we keep on soft deleting records in a MDS table eventually there will be huge number of soft deleted records. Is there an easy way to hard delete all the soft deleted records from all MDS tables in a specific Model.
Is there any possible way to make a row delete itself at a certain date and time? I am tring to make an "On_Sale" table and perticular items(rows) must expire at a certain Date and time. I have an idea to delete a row when it expires but it will cause an extra burden on my application. So is it possible to have SQL responsible for deleting a row at a certain time and date?
Also, I have another question: when I asign a PK Identity to a certain column is there a way I can enforce consecutive order of PK values? For example if I delete a row and the PK value was 5 it will reoder the whole table so all PK values are in consecutive order:
In running some performance tests on a Queue using a message size of ~5KB, we found that we can process (SEND and RECEIVE) on the order of 600 - 800 messages / second. However, we have found that INSERTs of new messages to the Queue appear to take great precedence over DELETEs of received messages from the queue. In particular, we found that during heavy use the total size of the Queue (as determined using the sp_spaceused procedure) equals about the number of total messages processed, not the number of messages on the queue.
When we stop sending messages, the overall size of the Queue table appears to decrease slowly, so there is a background process that is obviously doing some work there to clean up the received messages from the Queue. What I would like to know is if we can affect that background process in any way so that the messages are cleared out more quickly. The performance has been determined to suffer appreciably once the Queue size grows to greater than about 3GB in size. We also notice timeouts on the RECEIVE statements when the Queue size is that large.
Hello,I am writing a query to select records added to a table today, in the last 3 days, in the last 7 days, and so on.Here is what I have (which seems that its not working exactly). -- total listed today SELECT COUNT (*) FROM mytable WHERE DATEDIFF(Day, mydatecolumn, getdate() ) <= 0-- total listed yesterday SELECT COUNT (*) FROM mytable WHERE DATEDIFF(Day, mydatecolumn, getdate() ) <= 1-- total listed in the last 3 days SELECT COUNT (*) FROM mytable WHERE DATEDIFF(Day, mydatecolumn, getdate() ) <= 3I'd like to be able to select the count for records added within the last X number of days. Can someone please help me out? Thanks so much in advance.
Hi: I have 3 tables namely: 1 Category(CategoryID(int), CategoryName(varchar), 2 SubCategory( CategoryID(int),SubcategoryID(int),SubcategoryName) 3 Productlist (ProductID(int),ProductName(varchar),CategoryID(int), CategoryName(varchar),SubcategoryID(int),SubcategoryName(varchar)) how to delete correspoding subcategories of category from SubCategory,Productlist tables using triggers Ex: Category :TV Subcategory:ColorTV,Plasma,LCD...Plz Send me the query.... Thanks
I want to delete my record after ten days of the Posted date(field)..how do I do it? I'm able to insert date(short date , long time) to the database. I'm using sql server and C#. this is what I have so far.I would appreciate your help..
I have the following scenario : CustomerDetail customerid customername status app_no
[status = 0 means customer virtually deleted]
CustomerArchive archiveno [autoincrement] customerid customername status
At the end of the month, I have to physically delete customers. I have written two stored procs:
proc1 create proc spoc_startdeletion as declare @app_no int select @app_no = (select app_no from customerdetail where status=0) EXEC spoc_insertcustomerarchive @app_no -- After transferrin, physically delete delete from customerdetail where status=0
proc2 create proc spoc_insertcustomerarchive @app_no int as insert into customerarchive(customerid,customername,status) select customerid,customername,status from customerdetail where app_no = @app_no
It works fine if there is only one row with status=0, however the problem is that when there are multiple rows in customerdetail with status=0, it returns 'Subquery returned more than one value'
How can i transfer multiple rows one by one from the customerdetail to customerarchive and then delete the rows once they are transferred.
i've read the transact-sql command, i known that the select command use to retrieve many fields from many tables with one command select * from table1,table2 yes, but i ' ve not seen the way to add,delete or update those fields from those tables with one command...
Is it possible? why? I don't have any idea , can u help me I want to know the sql commands , if it's possible