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T-SQL 2005 datetime as Mmm-YYYY and proper Order By?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 01, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 
Hi I have datetime column in SQL 2005 table. I want to convert that date time into Mmm-YYYY format i.e. Jan-2010, May-2010, Dec-2010 and then proper ORDER BY in month ordering ( in my actual query I want data to be GROUP BY month & year) Table has OrderDate colmin with type datetime Query result output I am looking is : OrderDate       OrderDateMonthYYYY   ORDER BY too 2010-01-25     Jan-2010 2010-02-15     Feb-2010 2010-08-15     Aug-2010 Any T-SQL 2005 Pls…  


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