Datetime Format In Table Design

Aug 8, 2005

Good Day, nicholas here! Can i know is there any way to change datetime format to 13:00:01(hh:mm:ss) in Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Manager's table ... Please help me!

Many Thanks!

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Working on a new database where the Date and Time are stored in a Date Time Field.

Then working on an OLDER database file within the same SQL Database contains these 2 items as integers:

transDate = "71615" (July 16, 2015)
transTime = "12345" (01:23:45 AM)

How do we convert both of them into a single SQL DateTime field such as "2015-07-16 01:23:45.000" so that it can be used in a join restricting to a date time in a different SQL File that properly has the DateTime in it?

This works well for converting the transDate Part in the select statement:

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* The resulting data must work directly in a Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Query using either using the "on" statement or part of the "where" clause. In other words, NOT as a stored procedure!

Also must be able to be used as a date difference calculation when comparing the 2 files Within say + or - 5 seconds.

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Hello:
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__________________________________________________ ____________

Public Function CompToStr(aCompdata() As Byte) As String
'This is one way in which you can unpack a comp field. As I mentioned,
'you might be better off designing a flexible class to do the
'conversions. At minimum, this function should be expanded to
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__________________________________________________ ___________________

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End Function
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