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Query as follows;
 

SELECT S.Marks,S.QPName,B.Class,B.BthNo,B.Batchdate,B.Attender
FROM STUDDET S,Batch B where S.BthId = B.BthId and S.StudId = '252'
 
when i execute the above query ouput as follows;
 
Marks QPName Class BthNo Batchdate Attender
 
56 REO MFA B12 2011-09-26 00:00:00.000 NIRANJAN
 

But i want the output as follows;
 

Marks QPName Class BthNo Batchdate Attender
 
56 REO MFA B12 26-09-2011 NIRANJAN
 

i want to format the BatchDate in the format of DD-MM-YYYY.
 
for that how can i using sql server.
 
Please help me.
 
Regards,
Narasiman P.
Posted 1-May-13 5:01am
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Solution 1

This should do it.
SELECT Marks, QPName, Class, BthNo, CONVERT(DATETIME, Batchdate, 105) AS Batchdate, Attender
FROM STUDDET S,Batch B where S.BthId = B.BthId and S.StudId = '252'
Basically, we are converting the date into Italian format (105) with the century specified. If you didn't want the century in there, you'd just use 5 instead.
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Solution 2

Hi,
Please try this..
SELECT S.Marks,S.QPName,B.Class,B.BthNo,CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), B.Batchdate, 105) AS B.Batchdate,B.Attender
FROM STUDDET S,Batch B where S.BthId = B.BthId and S.StudId = '252'
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