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how to insert current time in procedure through the procedure?
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Homero Rivera 23-Apr-15 13:47pm    
use getdate() which returns the current date and time, try "select getdate()" to see example
Maciej Los 23-Apr-15 15:00pm    
Wha t have you tried till now?

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Use the SYSDATETIME() function[^].

E.g. SELECT CONVERT (time, SYSDATETIME())
 
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Richard Deeming 23-Apr-15 16:10pm    
NB: That returns the current time for the server's current time-zone and DST settings. It's almost always better to store times in UTC (SYSUTCDATETIME[^]) and convert them to the user's time-zone when displaying them.

Alternatively, for SQL 2008 or higher, store the times using the datetimeoffset type[^], and the SYSDATETIMEOFFSET function[^].

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