UNIX POSIX Time

>>Script Language and Platform: SQL Server
Displays UNIX POSIX time in Seconds and reverse UNIX POSIX time as Date.

Usage:


select dbo.POSIXTIME(’09/09/1974 04:22:000′) as UNIX_POSIX_Time_as_Secs
–Result
–UNIX_POSIX_Time_as_Secs
———————–
–147932520
GO
select dbo.ReversePOSIXTIME(147932520) as Reverse_UNIX_POSIX_Time_as_Date

–Reverse_UNIX_POSIX_Time_as_Date
——————————————————
–1974-09-09 04:22:00.000
GO

Author: MAK



if exists (select * from dbo.sysobjects where id = object_id(N’[dbo].[POSIXTIME]’)
and xtype in (N’FN’, N’IF’, N’TF’))
drop function [dbo].[POSIXTIME]
GO
Create function dbo.POSIXTIME(@date datetime)
returns bigint
as
begin
return datediff(ss,’01/01/1970 00:00:000′,@date)
end
go
if exists (select * from dbo.sysobjects where id = object_id(N’[dbo].[ReversePOSIXTime]’)
and xtype in (N’FN’, N’IF’, N’TF’))
drop function [dbo].[ReversePOSIXTime]
GO
Create function dbo.ReversePOSIXTime(@secs bigint)
returns datetime
as
begin
return dateadd(ss,@secs,’01/01/1970′)
end
GO

select dbo.POSIXTIME(’09/09/1974 04:22:000′) as UNIX_POSIX_Time_as_Secs
–Result
–UNIX_POSIX_Time_as_Secs
———————–
–147932520
GO
select dbo.ReversePOSIXTIME(147932520) as Reverse_UNIX_POSIX_Time_as_Date

–Reverse_UNIX_POSIX_Time_as_Date
——————————————————
–1974-09-09 04:22:00.000
GO




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