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-- =============================================
-- Author:      <Author,,Name>
-- Create date: <Create Date,,>
-- Description: <Description,,>
-- =============================================
ALTER Procedure GetNowShowingMovies
select distinct(m.MovieName+' ('+m.Language+')') as MovieWithLanguage,m.*  from Movies m inner join
MovieTimings mt on mt.MovieID = m.MovieID and
 m.Active = 1  and convert(varchar,mt.Date,112) >= convert(varchar,getdate(),112)  where mt.Active = 1
and convert(varchar,getdate(),112)>=convert(varchar,m.ReleaseDate,112)

[edit]Code block fixed - OriginalGriff[/edit]
Posted 14-Jan-13 22:36pm
Updated 14-Jan-13 22:47pm

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Solution 1

This seems half query, you have forgotten to put in actual date.

Anyway, this is giving you movie details from first table (Movies) with date greater than given date (which you have missed in the code in your post). This date should be in yymmdd format i.e. convert(varchar,mt.Date,112) > 20130115

Hope that helps. If it does, mark it as answer/upvote.
OriginalGriff 15-Jan-13 3:48am
The date portion was swallowed by the HTML - fixed now.
Milind_T 15-Jan-13 3:50am
Great, I would never have guesssed and blame OP only !
OriginalGriff 15-Jan-13 3:57am
:laugh: It happens far too often!

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