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Passing today's date as a paramter

I have a Stored Procedure tied to a recurring flow.  The flow creates an HTML Table then emails the results.  This works fine as long as the Date parameter is set within the Stored Procedure (Hard-Coded).  However I want to be able to pass in Today's date every day so I don't have to change the date in the query.  How can I pass that in there automagically?


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Re: Passing today's date as a paramter

Hi @Anonymous 


Use expression utcNow() function.


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Re: Passing today's date as a paramter

My problem with that is it returns 2019-09-13.  My power apps pushes Now() when the button is pushed.  So for everything submitted for today's batches, 31 have the date of 2019-09-12 and 1 has the date of 2019-09-13.  The date selector in my power apps is configured for UTC, should I change that to local? even then I don't think it will grab all the data for the date.  


I am in Honolulu.  I want this flow to run daily at 11:50pm local time and pass in today's date.


Thanks for the reply

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Re: Passing today's date as a paramter



This is what I had to to and now it works just as expected.

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Re: Passing today's date as a paramter

So the issue is that the DB is set for UTC time.  That can not be changed.  So what I did was say Date: Now()-.416 which gives me the current local hawaii time and it pushes to the DB correctly.

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Re: Passing today's date as a paramter

Hi @Anonymous,


You could also use the addHours function to convert the timestamp, cause Hawaii is USA (GMT-10), so, you can create an addHour expression:


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