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Julian Date Conversion - DB2 Export -> SQL Server

Posted on 2003-11-10
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I have a date field called SDDQRJ which stores dates in 5 digit Julian form yyddd. so 01214 is the 214th day of year 01. any idea how to a conversion of this date to say mm/dd/yyyy using sql or vb script. I am trying to implement this conversion in DTS module of SQL Server. Thanks.
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Is this question properly places by beingin the MySQL area? You refer to DB2 and MSSQL. While MySQl might serve your needs well I think you have posted this question in the wrong area.
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