Date format - SQL Query

How do I remove the slashes '/' from the date field, here's what I have:

CONVERT(varchar, aam.orderStatusDateField, 101)       

and this is what prints:  '02/14/2018'  

I need to print :  '02142018'
Abdul KhanAsked:
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Scott PletcherSenior DBACommented:
REPLACE(CONVERT(varchar(10), aam.orderStatusDateField, 101) , '/', '')
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NorieVBA ExpertCommented:
Try this.

REPLACE(CONVERT(varchar, aam.orderStatusDateField, 101), '/', '')
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PortletPaulfreelancerCommented:
If you are running SQL Server 2012 or later you can use FORMAT() which is much more intuitive

     format(aam.orderStatusDateField,'ddMMyyyy')
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Abdul KhanAuthor Commented:
@Paul, thanks for the introducing Format() for date format, how do I combine it with CONVERT ; so essentially what would be the code for this using format()?

REPLACE(CONVERT(varchar, aam.orderStatusDateField, 101), '/', '')
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Abdul KhanAuthor Commented:
@Paul Never mind, I got it. Thanks.
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PortletPaulfreelancerCommented:
for the record: don't use convert..... just use format directly against the timestamp data, the returned value is a string
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