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quote:Originally posted by ajt-systemsHi Visakh16,Thanks for the comment. I know, it sounds very straight forward but I im importing using Powershell.When trying to import in Powershell the default format is Varchar and if importing into a datetime column in SQL I get an error in Powershell saying cannot import Varchar into datetime column.My plan was to stick with the import method and then run a SQL query and maybe Cast or Convert the string to a datetime format.,..