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Getting Date Difference Along With Day,hours,minutes,seconds

Hi All,
         I want to get the date Difference with Day,hours,minutes,seconds of the given 2 dates.(Say the difference of

12/6/2007 7:00:00 AM, 12/8/2007 8:00:00 AM  as 2 days 1:00:00)
 Is there any inbuilt function in SSRS is available to implement this. Or any other way to do this.Please help me with this .Thanks in advance.
With Thanks


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Deleting Records Based On Date Difference
I am having a table where i have the following columns where the date format is dd/mm/yyyy

Purchase DescriptionFrom_DateTo_Date
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My requirement is i need to create a stored procedure which will look for the from_date and to_date values. If the difference is more than 30 days that record should get deleted automatically. How to write the stored procedure?

Please provide me with full stored procedure

Thanx in advance


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