SQL Server Convert Varchar to Datetime

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I have this date format: 2011-09-28 18:01:00 (in varchar), and I want to convert it to datetime changing to this format 28-09-2011 18:01:00. How can I do it?
Sep 12 in Database by Kithuzzz
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Try this:

SELECT CONVERT(Datetime, '2011-09-28 18:01:00', 120) -- to convert it to Datetime

SELECT CONVERT( VARCHAR(30), @date ,105) -- italian format [28-09-2011 18:01:00]
+ ' ' + SELECT CONVERT( VARCHAR(30), @date ,108 ) -- full date [with time/minutes/sec]

I hope this helps you.

answered Sep 13 by narikkadan
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