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Product ID WHERE Name LIKE 'Long-Sleeve Logo Jersey, M'; GO USE Adventure Works2012; GO SELECT p. USE ssaw PDW; SELECT TOP(1) '2010-07-25T.544' AS Unconverted Text, CAST('2010-07-25T.544' AS datetime) AS Using Cast, CONVERT(datetime, '2010-07-25T.544', 126) AS Using Convert From_ISO8601 FROM dbo.

-- Uses Adventure Works SELECT TOP(1) SYSDATETIME() AS Unconverted Date Time, CAST(SYSDATETIME() AS nvarchar(30)) AS Using Cast, CONVERT(nvarchar(30), SYSDATETIME(), 126) AS Using Convert To_ISO8601 FROM dbo.

Consider The following function will return the date (on the Gregorian calendar) for Orthodox Easter (Pascha).

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SELECT @d1 AS [date], CAST (@d1 AS datetime) AS [date as datetime]; -- When converting time to datetime the date portion becomes zero -- which converts to January 1, 1900.

SELECT CONVERT(char(8), 0x4E616d65, 2) AS [Style 2, binary to character]; DECLARE @d1 date, @t1 time, @dt1 datetime; SET @d1 = GETDATE(); SET @t1 = GETDATE(); SET @dt1 = GETDATE(); SET @d1 = GETDATE(); -- When converting date to datetime the minutes portion becomes zero.

SELECT @dt1 AS [datetime], CAST (@dt1 AS date) AS [datetime as date], CAST (@dt1 AS time) AS [datetime as time]; -- Uses Adventure Works SELECT Product Key, Unit Price, Unit Price Discount Pct, CAST(ROUND (Unit Price*Unit Price Discount Pct,0) AS int) AS Discount Price FROM dbo.

SELECT @t1 AS [time], CAST (@t1 AS datetime) AS [time as datetime]; -- When converting datetime to date or time non-applicable portion is dropped.

The solution that I am using which I found on another site(so not taking credit) is to use this: date("Y/m/d H:i:s").

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