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DateTime.Parse() problem

Posted on 2004-09-21
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Using
DateTime.Parse("15:00")
will pass Today's date + 15:00 into DB and become

21/09/2004 03:00:00 PM

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If I only want to pass the TIME (15:00) into db and become

03:00:00 PM

in the DB...

how can I parse?

Thanks.
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Question by:p931226
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convert to string and cut date

1) if result value is YourDateTimeValue datetime
substring(convert(varchar,YourDateTimeValue,100),12,8)

or
2)if result value YourDateTimeValue is varchar
substring(YourDateTimeValue,12,8)

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