I will close this post. Ended tweaking my application so instead of using a webservice to initially get the time and date in epoch, I used select now(). So my application now works as per below, it automatically deals with DST and epoch conversion to the required datetime format.
var1 = select now()
select COUNT ("Arrival Time") FROM dbo.table where "Arrival Time" < var1
oh yeah getting closer. It looks like the webservice I am using is actually sending me UTC Time and I need to convert to my timezone
select DATEADD(ms, CONVERT(string,LEFT(1603274296000+39600000, 20)), '1970-01-01 00:00:00')
adds 11 hours and shows my current time of 2020-10-21 20:58:16
I intended to write
select COUNT ("Arrival Time") FROM dbo.table where "Arrival Time" < DATEADD(ms, CONVERT(int,LEFT(1603173432000, 20)), '1970-01-01 00:00:00')
However it is returning a count of 0. 1603173432000 being 2020-10-21 13:00:00 so there should be a COUNT of 2
It is just testing ATM but I dont epect the table to be more than 100 rows as old records get deleted.
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