in ssis, I use a oledb source to execute a stored procedure and a flat file source to have the result into .csv format file.
One of the result columns is Date.
The stored procedure returns dd/mm/yyyy but when I look at the .csv destination file, it shows the column as dd/mm/yyyy 00:00:00
How do I get rid of the 0's after the date in the destination .csv file please?
Lookup the CONVERT function in Books On Line. That'll do it for you.
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