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Dear Experts,

I want to convert this date 'Thu, 31 Oct 2013 10:51:18 +0000' format to sql server datetime format in sql server. Please help on this to achieve the goal. My requirement is to insert this string date data to a sql server datetime field.
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Updated 1-Nov-13 1:10am
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Please take a look at this...

SQL Date Time[^]

SQL
For SQL Server use CONVERT

INSERT INTO Table1 ([date])
SELECT CONVERT(datetime, '05/09/2013', 103)


Thanks!
   
Hi Sunil,

If the timezone part is important to you, here is one solution :
SQL
select convert(datetime, convert(datetimeoffset, stuff(substring('Thu, 31 Oct 2013 10:51:18 +0000',5,27),26,0,':'),1),1);

You can change the timezone part to see different outputs.

If all of the time zones are +0000 so you can ignore it completely:
SQL
select cast( substring('Thu, 31 Oct 2013 10:51:18 +0000',5,22) as datetime)


Using the SUBSTRING is to choose the understandable part for the SQL Server.

Good Luck.
   

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