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Sql Server: Using CTE to Get All Dates Between Two Specified Dates

Introduction: In this short article I am going to share how to get all dates between the date range we specify in Sql server using CTE (Common table expression).

Get all dates between two specified dates in sql server

Description: While working with sql server database we often need to deal with dates. Few days back I need to get the dates between the date range I specify. There are many ways to get this done but here I have shared how to get this using CTE.

Implementation: Let’s write the query using CTE to select the dates between date range.
DECLARE @StartDate DATE='2017-01-01', @EndDate DATE='2017-01-10';

;WITH DateCTE(DateList) AS
(
            SELECT @StartDate as Date
            UNION ALL
            SELECT DATEADD(d,1,DateList)
            FROM DateCTE WHERE DateList < @EndDate
)
SELECT DateList FROM DateCTE OPTION (MAXRECURSION 0)

Result will be as shown in image above.

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