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Default Julian Date format

Dear All,

Can anyone let me know how to convert a Julian date which is this format "730511" to "DD-MM-YYYY" in Sql Server.

Thanks for your help in advance.

Kind Regards
Praveen Kumar

Praveen Motupally

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