How to remove time from datetime in TSQL?

andy - 07 Aug, 2020 29472 Views 0 Comment

If you want to remove a time from datetime in TSQL, you have multiple options to do that. You can use CONVERT or CAST function by converting the datetime to date type only.

Here are the 3 options you can use.

DECLARE @CurrentDate DateTime = GetDate()
SELECT @CurrentDate As CurrentDateTime

SELECT CONVERT(DATE,@CurrentDate) AS Option1

SELECT CAST(@CurrentDate AS DATE) AS Option2

SELECT CONVERT(char(10), @CurrentDate,126) AS Option3


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