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Unix Date Convertor Function

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Submitted on: 10/23/2002 3:37:48 PM
By: George Graff 
Level: Advanced
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility:SQL Server 2000

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     Convert A Unix Date to a SQL date format. Can use it in your stored procs & queries Syntax: f_ConvertUNIXDate(Unix Date column)
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-- Name: Unix Date Convertor Function
-- Description:Convert A Unix Date to a 
--     SQL date format. Can use it in your stor
--     ed procs & queries
Syntax: f_ConvertUNIXDate(Unix Date column)
-- By: George Graff
-- Inputs:(@Date Money)
-- Returns:A date in a normal mm/dd/yyyy
--      format.
-- Assumes:Couldnt use UNIX dates for my
--      apps without massaging the data on the 
--     client. Now the server does it. A lot ea
--     sier, can read columns. Was looking for 
--     a function like this, now it exists
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CREATE FUNCTION [f_ConvertUnixDate] (@Date Money) 
RETURNS datetime AS 

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10/24/2002 2:44:03 AM:
A max value of this function can be up 
at is (in the format 
2038-01-19 03:14:07.000
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10/25/2002 10:31:52 AM:George Graff
Well, am using current dates in a 
project. In 2038, I will be 79 yrs old, 
probably will not be working, and 
microsoft and oracle will probably have 
merged :) who knows, right?
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