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SQL Server can implicitly cast strings in the form of 'YYYYMMDD' to a datetime - all other strings must be explicitly cast.
here are two quick code blocks which will do the conversion from the form you are talking about: version 1 uses unit variables: BEGIN DECLARE @input VARCHAR(8), @mon CHAR(2), @day char(2), @year char(4), @output DATETIME SET @input = '10022009' --today's date SELECT @mon = LEFT(@input, 2), @day = SUBSTRING(@input, 3,2), @year = RIGHT(@input,4) SELECT @output = @year @mon @day SELECT @output END Convert would be the normal answer, but the format is not a recognised format for the converter, mm/dd/yyyy could be converted using convert(datetime,yourdatestring,101) but you do not have that format so it fails.
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The problem is the format being non-standard, you will have to manipulate it to a standard the convert can understand from those available.
Hacked together, if you can guarentee the format Likely you have bad data that cannot convert.
OK I tested with known good data and still got the message.