10774 - convert date to ddmmyyyy

Hi experts
as I can convert the format dd / mm / yyyy

this values are
2015-01-01
2015-01-02
2015-01-03
2015-01-04
2015-01-05
2015-01-06

the stutct table is
CREATE TABLE [dbo].[days](
      [PKDate] [date] NOT NULL,
      [calendar_year] [smallint] NULL,
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enrique_aeoAsked:
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DcpKingCommented:
In TSQL if you're starting with a datetime (let's call it @dt), try this:

select cast(day(@dt), varchar) + cast(month(@dt), varchar) + cast(year(@dt), varchar)

but here you'll get something like 1342015 because the conversions are of integers. So you need to add in leading zeroes:

select right(('0' + cast(day(@dt), varchar)), 2) + right(('0' + cast(month(@dt), varchar)), 2) + cast(year(@dt), varchar)

hth

Mike
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