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SQL | Archived exercise | Show end date for given course
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If you haven't already done so, run the stored procedure in the above folder to generate a database of training courses and delegates. This exercise refers to columns from the following two tables:
Each course product can have lots of instances of the course scheduled
Create a function called fnEndDate which takes in:
- The start date of a course; and
- The number of days it lasts
Your function should then return the end date of the course.
Use the DateAdd function to work out the end date: the syntax is DateAdd ( day, Number of days to add, Start date) .
Incorporate your function within a query to show the start and end dates of all courses which start and end within January 2010:
You should see six courses
Optionally, save this query as Course end date function.sql, then close it down.