To retrieve, roll your own format:
select convert(varchar(50), getdate(),103)+' '+convert(varchar(50), getdate(),14)To insert just ensure the DATEFORMAT is set correctly:
create table #datetest ( datevalue datetime' ) SET DATEFORMAT DMY insert #datetest(datevalue) values('29/08/2002 21:20:03:787')
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