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Posted on 2015-01-31
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Hello,

I have a table ADateTest. It has 2 columns Id(int)=1, MyDate(datetime)='2015-01-31 14:06:00.000'

I try to update like this and nothing happens.
update ADateTest SET MyDate=REPLACE(MyDate,'14:06','15:10')

How can I update the DateTime column so it will be '2015-01-31 15:10:00.000' instead of '2015-01-31 14:06:00.000'
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You can set it directly using a datetime literal string:
UPDATE ADateTest
set MyDate='20150131 15:10'
WHERE ID=1

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or by adding or subtracting from the current value using the dateadd function:
UPDATE ADateTest
set MyDate=DATEADD(minute,64,MyDate)
WHERE ID=1

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The REPLACE function only works on string values. You could cast/convert your datetime column to a string and then use the replace function, but I wouldn't suggest it as a method.
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Thank you.
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