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Old November 28th, 2005, 07:03 PM
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Default BULK INSERT NULL(s)

How to bulk insert NULL datetime?
In general, How to bulk insert NULL values?

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Try this:

UPDATE dbo.t_Date1
    SET Date1 = NULL

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Thanks gerald.
I figured it out. BULK INSERT command's WITH section has an option KEEPNULLS that inserts null for date if the data file has a blank for the date field.

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