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I am searching few records based on the search criteria. I am getting the data one day before. (say if I take data for 8th , records of 7th is being shown). Filtering date fields all are in datetime data type which is being converted to date. It worked in one server taking the same date set for filtering but here taken previous date. Stored procedure are same in both servers.

What I have tried:

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-- EXEC [TestReport]  '2019-04-08', '2019-04-08'   

ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[TestReport]

@FromDate datetime,
@ToDate datetime 


select * from test 
 CONVERT(date,@FromDate) and  CONVERT(date,@ToDate)

Updated 22-Apr-19 19:51pm
Richard Deeming 24-Apr-19 17:50pm
1) Declare your parameters as date, rather than declaring them as datetime and CONVERTing them.

2) What data type is the settlementDate column? If it's datetime or datetime2, and you're just trying to ignore the time part, then change your filter to:
WHERE settlementDate >= @FromDate And settlementDate < DateAdd(day, 1, @ToDate)

That way, SQL will be able to use an index on the column (if any) to speed up the query.

If it's a datetimeoffset column, then you'll need to look at the time zones as Christian suggested.

If it's a string, then you're doing it wrong! :)

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Solution 1

If you're getting data from a different date to the one in your query, I'd suggest your issue has to do with time zones. Somewhere a time zone conversion is happening of the date you provide, moving it back a day

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