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Year() In this section we will describe use of above functions in detail By Default Sql Server use YYYY-MM-DD Format for date type data.The Views Date Format SQL module allows to format date fields using SQL.
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This enables group aggregation for date fields using the choosen granularity.
The core functionality is to remove the date formatting from render() and put it in query(). format date values using SQL's DATE_FORMAT rather than PHP's format_date.
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One of my fields in the SQL Server database is called "Date Issued" and it is of SQL datatype "date" rather than "datetime".