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SmallDateTime storing midnight (12:00 AM) problem

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I'm storing a series of records in an SQL 2000 database and I'm having trouble with storing midnight, 12:00 AM.  I'm passing in '12:00:00 AM' but for some reason it doesn't show up in the database.
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by:Anthony Perkins
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>>but for some reason it doesn't show up in the database<<
I think you mean it is not displayed in Enterprise Manager.  It is in the database.
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And I should have added, that if you go to Query Analyzer and do a select it will display as (for example)
2004-03-30 00:00:00
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It may be in the database, and not showing up in Enterprise Manager, but it's not coming back when I pull a recordset either.  
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>>it's not coming back when I pull a recordset either. <<
In Query Analyzer?  Show your code.
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There was a delay on the postings, you were right it's in there it just doesn't display.  Thanks for the help, this was driving me nuts.

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