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Hello,

I have a table with one of the fields a date field with value (getdate()). When a new record is added this field is not only filled with the current date but also the current time.
I am searching for a way to have only the date (when the record was added) in a 10 position field like this: dd-mm-yyyy.
Who can help?
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Here you go...
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select convert(varchar(10), getdate(), 105)
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