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Dribbler31
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SQL server "Get rows" OData filter query datetime less/equal

Hello everyone,

 

I'm very frustrated, because of trying something very simple, which won't work. I read countless threads and almost tried every single advice. Therefore I hope someone here could help me out.

 

My goal is to filter specific records of a SQL table. I want to get all records, where the value of a datetime column is between today and the next 14 days.

 

This is what I'd like to get to work.

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But I always end up having issues like this one below.

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I am very thankful for every advice!

 

Thanks in advance.

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Pstork1
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When you do your FormatDateTime() I would suggest leaving it in UTC time rather than converting it to the local timezone.  If you are storing a Date/Time in a reqular SQL DataTime column its assuming that you are storing the UTC time.  To store an actual local time you need to include a TimeZoneOffset datatype in SQL. So its complaining that you are trying to compare a UTC datetime with a timezone specific DateTime without including the timezoneoffset.  So I would let you DAteTimeFormat process without specifying a format which will format the date as an ISO 8601 UTC date time.  That is what the SQL server wants anyway.



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