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If the order does not match the setting, the values are not interpreted as dates, because they are out of range or the values are misinterpreted.

For example, 12/10/08 can be interpreted as one of six dates, depending on the DATEFORMAT setting. SELECT CAST('01/01/2000 ' AS datetime2) --Returns: 2000-01-01 .0000000 SELECT CAST('01/01/2000 :999' AS datetime2) -- Returns: 2000-01-01 .9990000 SELECT CAST('01/01/2000 .9' AS datetime2) -- Returns: 2000-01-01 .9000000 SELECT CAST('01/01/2000 4am' AS datetime2) -- Returns: 2000-01-01 .0000000 SELECT CAST('01/01/2000 4 PM' AS datetime2) -- Returns: 2000-01-01 .0000000 SELECT CAST('01/01/2000 :500AM' AS datetime2) -- Returns: 2000-01-01 .5000000 SELECT CAST('01/01/2000 :500 AM' AS datetime2) -- Returns: 2000-01-01 .5000000 GO You can specify a suffix of AM or PM to indicate if the time value is before or after 12 noon. Hours can be specified by using either a 12-hour or 24-hour clock. Milliseconds can be preceded by either a colon (:) or a period (.).

SET DATEFORMAT mdy; GO DECLARE @datevar date = '12/31/1998'; SELECT @datevar AS Date Var; -- Returns: 1998-12-31 GO -- Set date format to year, day, month.

SET DATEFORMAT ydm; GO DECLARE @datevar datetimeoffset = '1998/31/12 -'; SELECT @datevar AS Date Var; -- Returns: Msg 241, Conversion failed when converting -- date and/or time from character string. SET DATEFORMAT ymd; GO DECLARE @datevar date = '12/31/1998'; SELECT @datevar AS Date Var; -- Returns: 1998-12-31 GO You can specify date data as an unseparated string.

Some string literal formats are not affected by these settings.