SQL Server 2008 New Features - Date and Time
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Published: 01 Sep 2008
SQL Server has been long accused of not having a complete representation of Date and Time variables. However, SQL Server 2008 brings new date and time variables to allow for more precise control over these variables types, which Nidal examines in this article. He demonstrates the concept with the help of relevant SQL statements and screenshots of the generated output.
by Nidal Arabi
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Microsoft SQL Server 2008 date and time variables have been criticized in the past of not being separate or having enough precision. Well, these days are over with the introduction of new data types that will allow the end user to have much more elaborate and efficiency control over this kind of data.


In order to apply the article procedures, you should have installed any version of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 (Express, Standard, Developer, or Enterprise).

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Title: abstract of "sql server 2008"   
Name: ashutosh
Date: 2008-09-24 11:10:15 AM
informative site
Title: cant read print screens   
Name: David
Date: 2008-09-02 10:03:43 AM
Try puting the results in text or cropping the picture.

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