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The best way could be send the date in ANSI format: yyyy-mm-dd
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very godd question..
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SET Language doesn't solve the problem. Currencies are probably different too, and that is going to have to be deal with. Of the options offered, a staging table will definitely work whereas setting language might work if you are lucky and date format is the only issue.

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Ric Sierra (4/24/2008)
The best way could be send the date in ANSI format: yyyy-mm-dd


I agree except it should be YYYYMMDD. The dashes aren't actually part of ISO or ANSI.


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L' Eomot Inversé (2/17/2013)
SET Language doesn't solve the problem. Currencies are probably different too, and that is going to have to be deal with. Of the options offered, a staging table will definitely work whereas setting language might work if you are lucky and date format is the only issue.


I agree. For the given problem, even just setting the date format would work. Even though the two languages are very similar, there are going to be other things to consider. This is why I don't go for certification... since I would actually consider the best answer to load a staging table and massage the data, I had to make a choice between what I thought the author of the question was looking for and what the actual correct answer is.


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