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Posted - 04/16/2002 :  10:04:28  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
hurun ain writes "how can i make a query that...:

1)my field contains unseparated date string : "20020401105545Z "
2)I want to change the time zone of the date string from GMT to CST.... (-6.00) DATEADD...
3)I want to present it in a nice datetime format:
"Sat May 04 02:56:04 2002" or any format that contains date and time.

TQ...."

setbasedisthetruepath
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Posted - 04/16/2002 :  15:11:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
use substring() to separate the pieces of the date out of the string, concatenate them together into a date format sql server will recognize (such as yyyy-mm-dd ) and CAST the string to a datetime.

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