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Old February 28th, 2008, 04:21 PM
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I have to create a report that runs every Monday, but pulls data from the previous Sunday to Saturday.

For example: The report ran on Feb 25th, but pulled data from Feb 17th(Sun) to Feb 23rd(Sat).

This is what I have so far, but can't figure out what I need:
Code:
SELECT * 
FROM table1 
WHERE date >=  convert(datetime,convert(varchar(30),getdate() - DATEPART(dw,getdate()), 112) +2)
Can anyone help me with the correct query?

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This code works for SQL Server 2000:

Code:
SELECT *
FROM table1
WHERE CONVERT(datetime, CONVERT(varchar(11), [date])) 
BETWEEN DATEADD(dd, -8, CONVERT(datetime, CONVERT(varchar(11), getdate())))
AND DATEADD(dd, -2, CONVERT(datetime, CONVERT(varchar(11), getdate()) + ' 23:59:59:998'))
If you run this on a day other than Monday, you will have to change the values of (-8) and (-2) as appropriate.

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I assume that you have the default setting on the first day of the week. :)
This Piece of code Gets the Previous Saturday and the sunday before that day irrespective of the current day.
I have broken the code into multiple steps so that it will be easy to understand

DECLARE @Today DATETIME
SET @Today = CONVERT(SMALLDATETIME, GETDATE()) -- GEt today
SET @Today = DATEADD(mi, -1*DATEPART(mi, @Today), @Today) -- remove the minute component
SET @Today = DATEADD(hh, -1*DATEPART(hh, @Today), @Today) -- remove the hour component
SELECT * FROM table1
WHERE Date >=DATEADD(dd, -1*(DATEPART(dw, @Today)+6), @Today) AND
Date<DATEADD(dd, -1*(DATEPART(dw, @Today)+1), @Today)

-- It takes the date >= Sunday before last Saturday and Date< Last Friday. The Second part is important if you have date stored with time.

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