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I got a datecolumn Exp_Date in an sql table.I want to display only records of current date in a gridview.I am using sqldatasource to bind to the gridview.In html what should i give in the selectcommand like
selectcommand="Select * from mytable where Exp_Date>=getdate"?????

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Functions DATEPART and GETDATE are you friends.

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms174420.aspx
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms188383.aspx
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Weico,

I want to use getdate() function in sqldatasource's selectcommand like
select * from sometable where datecol>='<%DateTime.Parse(DateTime.Now.ToShortDat eString()%>' in HTML page i.e UI page.But instead of the above i shall use ServerSide dateTime using GetDate().How to get records in a gridview using GETDATE();

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I don't understand. Calling Getdate() directly in your SELECT statement should return you the current date on the SQL Server. Maybe I missed something.

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