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How would i take the VB.net NOW and convert to SQL date/time ?

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How would i take the VB.net NOW and convert to SQL date/time ?


8/22/2004 2:58:12 PM
to SQL date time ?
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Hi there.. try this...
        Dim SQLDtTime As New System.Data.SqlTypes.SqlDateTime(Now)
        MsgBox(SQLDtTime.ToString)

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