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How to store only date and only time into sql server 2008 from C# asp.net 3.5

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 25, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

Hi 2 all,

can anyone help me how to store only date into sql server 2008 from C# asp.net 3.5.

I want to store only date(like 26/05/1986) and only time (like 04:45:40 AM) into sql server 2008 .

I am using C# asp.net 3.5 as front end.But i am not getting how to convert datetime into only date and only time from front end application.

It should not be as a string from front end.it should be as a date type / time type.

I can not see only date or only time data type in VS 2008.

so please help me how to store only date or only time into sql server 2008 having only date or only time as a data type.


Thanks and Regards,

Arvind Pathak




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