In any case, there's no reason you can't still use ODBC to do this. I can't tell for sure whether you're using the ODBCConnection class or accessing the ODBC connection in a different way, but if you need a date to be in a particular format, convert it to that format, e.g., using the Format function.
I generally avoid ODBC for performance reasons.
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