There is a very easy method to convert Unix TimeStamp to DateTime. Let us learn that in today’s blog post.
Here is a very simple example of it.
DECLARE @UnixDate BIGINT = 1392349571299 SELECT CAST(DATEADD(ms, CAST(RIGHT(@UnixDate,3) AS SMALLINT), DATEADD(s, @UnixDate / 1000, '1970-01-01')) AS DATETIME2(3))
When you run the script above it will display the result as 2014-02-14 03:46:11.300
Yes, that’s it. It is that simple to convert Unix TimeStamp to Datetime.
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