Need Help On SQL Server Functions

Sep 6, 2001

Hello all,

Recently I changed over a ASP script from our old Access 97 database to our new SQL database. When I changed it over, some of my SQL pulls on my Active Server Page started to give me erros. One of them is the function
date(). When I used it pulling from Access like this :

strSQLQ = "SELECT * FROM cocoitem WHERE CustNum = '" & strcustnum & "' AND stat = 'C' AND [due-date] > DateAdd('yyyy', -1, Date()) Order By [cust-po], [due-date] ASC ;"

Then it worked fine. When I redirected the ASP to the new SQL server I recieved an error like this:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server error '80040e14'

'Date' is not a recognized function name.

/scripts/order/shippingstatsclose.asp, line 45

So my question is, what is the SQL server equivalent of the function Date()?

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Of course, it's still faster tostick with basic built-in functions like CASE.In another test, I decided to run some queries to compare built-inaggregates vs. a couple of simple CLR aggregates as follows:(G) Calculate averages by group using the built-in AVG aggregate(H) Calculate averages by group using a CLR aggregate that similatesthe built-in AVG aggregate(I) Calculate a "trimmed" average by group (average excluding highestand lowest values) using built-in aggregates(J) Calculate a "trimmed" average by group using a CLR aggregatespecially designed for this purposeA sample of the results is as follows (time in milliseconds):(59 row(s) affected)G: 313(59 row(s) affected)H: 890(59 row(s) affected)I: 216(59 row(s) affected)J: 846It seems that the CLR aggregates came with a significant performancepenalty over the built-in aggregates. Perhaps they would pay off if Iwere attempting a very complex type of aggregation. 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I am sorry to continue bothering this forum with the
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/scripts/order/shippingstatsopen.asp, line 28

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