Shadab Shah (12/25/2013)
I am trying to store the value return by the select in variable. I took that variable as varchar as well as date but nohing seems to work.....
That is correct. You cannot store a blank in a DATE datatype. The blank will automatically be converted to 1900-01-01. To wit, you're simply using the wrong datatype for this problem.
If you have a reporting requirement, let's see the code for that instead of the simplified example that you original posted. Then, we might be able to help.
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